Drake's new album cover is giving us vertigo. Also he's playing Wells Fargo Center in August. - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
Cover art for Drake’s Views from the 6

Quite possibly, it was staged or Photoshopped. And if is indeed real, Drizzy was no doubt safety harnessed and secured out the wazoo.[UPDATE: OMG yes it was totally Photoshopped, unless Drake is actually 12 feet tall sitting down.]

But dang, that is one intensely compelling album cover image Drake chose for his long-awaited Views From the 6, out this Friday on Republic Records. The man sitting on the very top of the 1,815-foot tall CN Tower, surveying his hometown of Toronto – as he said on Twitter last night, it’s for “the city I love and the people in it.” It’s a pretty epic, Cloud City-looking structure and expanse, and I’m getting vertigo just looking it.

Along with the album art, Drake unveiled tour dates that bring him to Philadelphia this summer for a headlining show at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday, August 21st. The Summer Sixteen tour has him joined by Future, who threw down big time at The Fillmore recently — tickets are on sale this Friday, April 29th, at 10 a.m. More information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.

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