Drake Performs New Song in Amsterdam, Vows to Release 'More Life' Soon

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Drake performs on stage at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, as part of his Boy Meets World Tour on Jan. 28, 2017.

Over the weekend, Drake graced the stage in Amsterdam for his 'Boy Meets World' Tour, and gave fans a sneak peek of his new song, featuring U.K. star Giggs.

During a performance break, Drake played his bouncy new record, which featured boastful lines like "Studio right in my yacht" and "I'm in the penthouse but still nothing is sweet."

After postponing the December release of More Life, Drake promised to drop the playlist project in 2017. At his recent concert overseas, he provided an update, telling the audience that he's aiming to release the set before he returns back to the Netherlands for his Feb. 26 show. 

“I know we got three more shows in Amsterdam, but the best part of that is, if you coming back to any more shows, More Life is gonna be out and we can do some whole new shit,” Drake said to the crowd.

Drake previously released the advance cuts "Sneakin'" featuring 21 Savage, "Two Birds, One Stone," Dave's "Wanna Know (Remix)", and his newly named No. 1 song on the Rhythmic charts, "Fake Love." 

Check out some performance clips below. 


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