London, UK – Along with billboards in his hometown of Toronto, Drake took to the streets again to promote his forthcoming Views From the 6 album, this time in London.

According to The FADER, Drake’s team projected artwork reflective of the album on the side of the Royal Opera House yesterday (April 5) at about 8:20 p.m. The image was similar to the cover art for his “Summer Sixteen” single, but with the colors reversed.

The initial report said the image was the cover art for Views From the 6, the follow-up to If Youre Reading This Its Too Late, but a representative for Island Records, which is responsible for distribution in the United Kingdom, said the art was only to “tease the album release” and is “100% not the album artwork.”

The rapper released the singles “Pop Style” and “One Dance” yesterday as well.

Views From the 6 is slated to drop this month.

View the image of Drake projecting a promotional image for Views From the 6 in London below:

Drake Views From the 6 projection

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