Drake’s First Two Mixtapes Ready for Vinyl Release

Drake’s First Two Mixtapes Ready for Vinyl Release [PHOTO]



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Drake’s Views From the 6 maybe nine days away from breaking the internet, but if that’s not enough, Drizzy fans could be getting more blessings from the 6 God in the form of classic vinyls.

Drake has been in full promo mode for his forthcoming album for days now (check his Instagram account). After fans flocked to his Views pop-up shop in New York on Tuesday (April 19), Drake went on the ‘Gram and shared images of what appears to be vinyl copies of his earlier mixtape projects.

In the photo, Drizzy’s first two mixtapes, 2006’s Room for Improvement and 2007’s Comeback Season are propped together on what looks like record covers. If this is so, early Drake fans can take a nostalgic ride to Drake’s less pop-style days before he went mainstream in 2009 with So Far So Gone.

The OVO Sound boss’ latest #VIEWs post could just be to tease fans with his exclusive catalogue or he could be up to something.

Earlier in April, the 29-year-old rap superstar randomly dropped to two Views tracks: “One Dance” featuring Wizkhid and Kyla and “Pop Style” featuring Jay Z and Kanye West.

There’s no telling what Drizzy has in store. By the looks of it if you are ready to cop Views From the 6  on April 29, then just be prepared to buy some throwback Drake too.