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Since Drake announced that Views From The 6 will be released in April, the anticipation surrounding the Canadian rapper's fourth studio album has reached unprecedented heights. Even Toronto's Billy Bishop Airport is getting in on the excitement. 

The official Twitter page for the airport shared a photo of the advertisement, which shows CN Tower, a Canadian landmark in Toronto, during construction, and the "6" logo Drake is using to promote the new album.

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"The 6 God just landed at Billy Bishop Airport," the official Twitter account for the airport reads. "Welcome home. Views From The 6." Could the image of the unfinished CN Tower be the new artwork for Views From the 6

The Twitter account also uploaded another advertisement, which says, "four plus two equals 6." 

Drake took to Instagram ahead of NBA All-Star weekend to post an image of an advertisement for the upcoming album, simply titled, "Views" in black letters. The billboard was constructed over Yonge and Dundas streets, according to CBC News.

Source: Andrew Chin/Getty Images
Source: Andrew Chin/Getty Images