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Will Robinson
April 28, 2016 AT 12:00 PM EDT

Everyone can join Drake in running through the 6 with their woes.

The Toronto rapper unleashed on iTunes and Apple Music his fourth studio album, Views, Thursday night.

It’s Drake’s third high-profile release since February 2015, when he released his long mixtape If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. He and Future dropped a joint record, What A Time to Be Alive, in September.

Views — which features production from Kanye West, Boi1da, Southside, and Drake’s go-to man 40 — is Drizzy’s longest album to date, spanning 20 songs. His sophomore release, Take Care, stands at 18.

The featured artists on Views, which Drake primarily teased on Instagram on Thursday afternoon, are top-notch: West, Jay Z, Rihanna, Future, PartyNextDoor, Popcaan, the late Pimp C, WizKid, and dvsn. 

Before the album’s release, Drake posted a photo of 40, his longtime producer, along with a thank you note. “Thank you for caring about the people in this city as much as I do. Thank you for a lifetime of hard work and surreal moments,” Drake wrote. “This story would have gone a lot different without you.”

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