While the D-day isn’t far off now, fans are still counting days to when Drake’s “Views From The 6” will drop.

Apple’s long-standing partnership with Drake has been public knowledge. The Cupertino tech giant brought him at WWDC to talk Connect and with the rapper hosting a show on Beats 1, further signified the connection. And now, comes in the word that when Drake’s “Views From The 6” debuts on April 29, 2016; it will be exclusive to Apple Music, albeit for a week, as noted by 9to5 Mac.

Music lovers may recollect that it was on April 9 that Drake made the announcement about his album’s release date on Beats 1 OVO Sound Radio station. As noted by International Business Times, he shared, “Views is dropping 29 April. It’s something that I’ve been working really hard on, myself and 40 [producer Noah Shebib]… Trying to craft a lifestyle track, a sound for our city. It’s not a short ting [sic]. There’s a lot of music on there. You’ll have your full share of Drake music for the summer and for the year. Forever.”

And naturally so, the official tracklist of this highly-anticipated album has been kept tightly under wraps. But with a lot being written and said about “Views From The 6,” fans could probably guess at which numbers would be making the final cut.

We recently got the taste of the variety that the album will offer when Drake recently shared two numbers, “Pop Style” and “One Dance,” which will be a part of “Views From The 6.” With “Pop Style” Drake explores dark emotions of mistrust and of course, it’s the song featuring Kanye West and Jay Z.  While “One Dance,” as the name suggests is a light, breezy number and would make you want to flaunt your dance moves.

Keep coming back for more updates and information on “Views From The 6.”