Drake posts cryptic Instagram post teasing new music with The Weeknd
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Drake has posted a cryptic image and caption on Instagram, triggering much speculation from fans that he could be announcing new music or a tour in the next few days.

The artist posted an image of himself performing in front of a mockup of the Toronto Tower at his annual OVO-fest. The tower famously featured in the cover art to his 2016 album ‘Views’. The caption reads: “You don’t know…what’s in store…”

The caption is a lyrical reference to The Weeknd track ‘High For This’ from the 2012 album ‘Trilogy’. The pair performed together at the OVO event on Monday, giving a joint rendition of their collaborative 2011 track ‘Crew Love’.

During the performance, Drake announced to the audience that a further collaboration between himself and The Weeknd was an inevitability. Now some fans believe the cryptic Instagram caption could reference new music from the pair, to be released shortly.

Drake said at some point an #OVOXO project with @theweeknd has to happen. #OVOFest

— Drake Direct (@DrakeDirect_) August 8, 2017

Drake brings out @theweeknd for #OVOFEST #OVOXO

— Drake Direct (@DrakeDirect_) August 8, 2017

@Drake on @instagram "You Don't Know. . .What's In Store" seems to me like we're getting new music.

— ????veryday §harkytank (@Sharkytank) August 9, 2017

Drake brought out The Weeknd at OVO Fest. That OVOXO project is long overdue!

— THE RAPFEST (@TheRapfest) August 8, 2017

An OVOXO project woulda been fire flame back in 2012.

— Collin P. Donovan (@Donziff) August 8, 2017

Drake also confirmed to the audience last night that he is already working on the new album follow up to March’s ‘More Life’ playlist.

Other performers to make an appearance at the OVO fest include Nelly and Cardi B.

09/08/2017 22:30:29
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