By Christopher Rosen
April 10, 2016 at 04:05 AM EDT
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Drake’s next album finally has a release date.

The Toronto rapper announced Saturday that Views from the 6 will arrive on April 29, and posted a teaser video for the record to his Twitter page.

Drake also tweeted that Views from the 6 (which he promoted on Twitter by using #VIEWS), will be an exclusive to Apple Music. That tweet has since been deleted, but two of the album’s expected tracks, “Pop Style” (feat. The Throne) and “One Dance” (feat. Wizkid & Kyla) are only available on the Apple service.

Last month at South by Southwest, Drake teased that Views from the 6 would arrive “in how many weeks.” The release will mark Drake’s first album since 2013, though he has dropped a pair of mixtapes in the last year: If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and the collaborative effort What a Time To Be Alive.