TORONTO – We have all been waiting for Drake’s highly anticipated “Views From The 6” album to release. Originally scheduled to release late 2015, we are sad to inform you that the album will not be released anymore, or at least anytime soon, why? It’s is being confirmed that Drake’s label OVO, has accidentally deleted the “Views From The 6” album file from existence. Very bad news for everyone except Meek Mill.
The complete album file was located on the computer of Drake’s producer Noah “40” Shebib. Somehow, someway, one of OVO’s crew members, while using the computer, accidentally deleted the complete album from 40’s hard drive. OVO chose to not reveal the name of the person who deleted the album file. “I don’t understand how one can be so dumb” says David Martinez, a drake fan who has been waiting for the new album to release, “They couldn’t put it on a flash drive or some sh*t?” finished David.
Although a mistake like that may seem impossible, experts say a mistake like that is actually possible for artists. Artists that are as big as Drake will not save their albums on the giant network of the Internet for the simple fear of a hacker leaking the album, which is why artists choose to keep it on a personal computer. But, how can Drake and OVO not have saved the album file on an additional computer or hard drive? We don’t know.
According to reports, Drake has been crying all day. “This is worse than when I lost all my hottest verses down in Cabo” said Drake, If you’re a real Drake fan, you know what he meant by that. Drake and OVO have confirmed that they will attempt reproduce the whole album, but it can take up to a year to complete again. Ladies and gentleman, we’ll just have to wait.