After several delays, Drake is ready to properly release his More Life playlist. On Saturday (March 11), Drizzy went on his Instagram page and posted a majestic video announcing the release date for the project.

In the visual above, you can see Drake interacting with concertgoers on his current Boy Meets World tour in the U.K. You can see the Toronto rap star touching people all over the world on his trek. At one point, we see Drake rise from the center of the stage to greet a stadium full of fans. At the end of the video, the release date appears: March 18.

“I have more tunes for your head tops so watch how you speak out my name, you know,” Drake states in the clip.

On Friday night (March 10), at a stop of his “Boy Meets World” Tour in Germany, Drake told the audience that he’s going to the hotel after the show to finish the project. Not much is known about More Life other than it’s a playlist and not an actual album. The project is executive produced by his longtime collaborator Noah “40” Shebib.

In the meantime, you can hear Drake on Nicki Minaj's track “No Frauds,” where she aims lyrical shots at Remy Ma.

There's no word if Drake is going to premiere a new song from More Life on his OVO Sound Radio program on Apple's Beats 1 station. Stay tuned.