Another day, another teaser presumably from Drake's forthcoming project, More Life. Actually, make that teasers. Recently, two snippets of Drake songs being played at two London night spots surfaced onto the Internet.

The first clip lasts a little over half-a-minute, and you can see Drizzy bouncing around while rapping the lyrics to his own verse. "Must've never had your phone tapped, all that yapping on the phone shit/You must really love that (?) life, all that 'never coming home shit," he raps in the snippet.

The second snippet seems to be from when Drizzy popped up at London's Soho Paper a little while ago. In that clip--which is about one minute longer than the first--the Views artist claims to be rapping over a track produced by Murda Beatz.

In that snippet Drake spits, "We don't need to hear about a next man/Dudes talk down and they get ran." You can hear the two snippets in the tweets below.

Over the last year or so, Drizzy has formed a strong bond with the London rap scene. Yesterday (Feb. 16), he even brought out UK rappers Skepta and Giggs to perform during his set at London's XOYO nightclub.

A little while back, Drizzy claimed that More Life would be out before the end of his Boy Meets World tour. Drizzy is set to continue the tour all the way through March, so for now we'll just have to wait and see.

In the meantime, you can check out his Summer Sixteen co-headliner Future's new album here.

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