Drake is finally going to bless fans with his long awaited "playlist" More Life. In an Instagram post he let his fans know that the 39th episode of OVO Sound Radio will be going live at 6 p.m. EST. The Toronto Native had us waiting a while for the new project, as it was originally slated for a December 2016 release.

After many delays, Drake finally confirmed the projects release last week in a trailer posted to his Instagram page. Many expect big things from this project as it follows up his Grammy nominated "Views" project.

Hype is real

The hype behind this "playlist" as Drake called it, is very real.

Drake has had the rap game in a chokehold since the start of 2015, winning his beef with Philly rapper Meek Mill. He released his album "Views" in April 2016, which was a huge success going 4x platinum by December. With songs like "One Dance", "Hotline Bling", and "Childs Play", garnering much attention from the album, fans were ready for more Drake by time the holiday season rolled around.

Drake announced on OVO Sound Radio in October that he will be dropping "More Life" and dropped four new tracks "Two Birds One Stone", "Sneakin", "Fake Love", and a remix of UK artist Santan Dave's "Wanna Know". With shots at artist on "Two Birds One Stone", many people were ready for the fiery Drake on his next project.

Drake has kept fans on the edge of their seats, making them wait longer than expect for the project. Drake and longtime producer Noah "40" Shebib are pulling an all-nighter for the project making sure it is completed by the 6.pm. radio show.

Stay on a roll?

Drake has been on a roll for quite some time now. Since dropping his project "If You're Reading This It's Too Late" in 2015, Drake has caught the eyes of the Hip-Hop world.

The big question is can the "6 God" keep his streak rolling? The tracklist for "More Life" seems to be promising. Although it hasn't been confirmed, the tracklist has a total of 25 songs, and has many features like Young Thug, Big Sean, Quavo, 2 Chainz and more. Drake has been putting a lot of work into this, he even pushed it back to add more songs.

Drake has done well throughout his career mixing his rap talents with his singing, but many people are feeling like it'll be more rap than singing this time around. With tracks like "Two Birds One Stone" and "Sneakin" planning to be on the album, these tracks show Drake rapping more, and this might be what his fans want. Will people be more receptive to a full Drake rap album? Will Drake even want to singing vocals away for a whole project? I guess we will find out at 6 p.m. eastern.

"More Life" is one of the year's most anticipated projects. Drake has been dominant the past few years, but can the kid from Toronto keep it going? Will he bless our souls with "More Life", or will the long wait be for nothing? Drake is ready for another great project, and fans will finally have their hunger satisfied at 6 p.m. eastern on OVO Sound Radio.