By Madison Vain
Updated February 13, 2015 at 04:10 PM EST
Forecast 2015 | Canada's finest has already floated some half-dozen tracks that may very well land on his upcoming Views From the 6 —including the Lauryn Hill-sampling ''Draft…
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After the release of his 15-minute art film, “Jungle“—in which he walks around Toronto to a backdrop of new music—on Thursday, the feeling that a new Drake project was on the horizon started to spread. What the internet ended up getting (sooner than expected) was better: Just before midnight, Drake released his full, 17-track album, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late—featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR, Lil Wayne, and Travi$ Scott—via Twitter. The collection is availble on iTunes and SoundCloud.

It was previously announced that Drake would releaseViews From the 6 in 2015—six years after the drop of his first mixtape. While on SoundCloud the just-released collection is listed as If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (Views From the 6), it’s not yet clear if this is that same album with a different name—or if Drizzy has more new music in store this year.