Drake’s ‘More Life’ Reportedly Not An Apple Music Exclusive

(AllHipHop News) Drake is set to return with a playlist this week called More Life.

While his previous projects What A Time To Be Alive and Views were released as temporary Apple Music exclusives, it appears Drizzy’s latest body of work will be open for all streaming users.

Pitchfork reports that sources connected to Amazon confirmed More Life will be on their service at the same time as other sources.

Spotify also posted the trailer for More Life on the company’s verified Twitter account.

There have been reports that Universal Music Group – the parent company of Drake’s Cash Money/Young Money labels – ordered its subsidiaries to stop making exclusive distribution deals with streaming services.

The last few years have seen high-profile artists like Drake, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Kanye West, and Frank Ocean debut their projects on specific streaming sites such as Apple Music and Tidal.

Drake is believed to have signed a $19 million deal with Apple Music in 2015.


A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on

Related Stories

<span>One</span> Response to “Drake’s ‘More Life’ Reportedly Not An Apple Music Exclusive”

  1. cross.marion@mail.ru

    I profited 104,000 thousand dollars in last twelve months by working online from my house a­n­d I did that by w­orking in my own time f­o­r 3 or sometimes more hours every day. I followed a business model I found on-line and I am amazed that I was able to earn so much money. It’s so beginner-friendly and I am just so blessed that i discovered this. This is what i do… http://www.wzurl­.­me/m7IQvg

Leave a Reply