How to buy and listen to Drake's 'More Life' on Amazon

Tomas Mccoy
March 21, 2017

A Spotify spokeswoman said that "More Life" was played 61,302,082 times on its first full day Sunday, topping the 56,727,861 streams on March 3 for English songwriter Sheeran's "Divide". And the good thing is more people will be able to hear the new sounds because "More Life" is not an Apple exclusive, which means you can stream Drake's new album on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon Unlimited.

In 2016, Drake released what is considered by many to be one of his worst albums.

The album also features English rappers Giggs and Skepta as well as U.S. hip hop stars 2 Chains, Young Thug, PARTYNEXTDOOR and a briefly, Lil Wayne.

As such, "More Life" finds Drake more willing than ever to surrender his spotlight. "Old number so it bounce back" on "Free Smoke", and a distorted sample of "If You Had My Love" appears on "Teenage Fever".

Each track on "More Life" flawlessly transitions into the next; However, Drake provides enough sonic switch-ups that no two songs sound alike throughout the playlist. "No Long Talk" (featuring Giggs) 3. Unlike the previous times, fans really didn't know what to expect withMore Life. "4422" belongs entirely to British singer Sampha, whose haunting, vulnerable voice Drake first showcased on his 2013 track "Too Much". It seems Drake's newest obsession is the United Kingdom as he features grime artists, Giggs and Skepta. But on their supposed collaboration Get It Together, J. Lo's vocals are replaced by the rising United Kingdom singer Jorja Smith.


However Kanye and Drizzy appear to have overcome their differences.

He seamlessly pivots from catchy afrobeats to house vibes and still leaves room for appearances by major rap stars such as Kanye West, Travis Scott and 2 Chainz. And there are plenty of guest artists that might convince you to take a listen.

The playlist's lead single "Fake Love", released back in October, made it to the finalized "More Life" track-list, and still registers as a high point with its standout production and earworm-worthy hook.

The song does not lead the playlist in fact it is one of the last songs on the album.

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