Drake and Popcaan are reportedly working on a new album that could feature Nicki Minaj and Rihanna.

Canadian rapper and Dancehall superstar are reportedly working on a collaborative EP.

The project is allegedly set to be released by January 2018 and could see features such as Trinidadian rapper , UK’s Grime emcee Skepta and Nigerian Pop superstar WizKid.

Bajan bombshell could also make an appearance on the project which will focus on Pop and Dancehall music.

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News of the collaborative album comes weeks after the “One Dance” hit maker failed to feature the “Unruly Boss” deejay on his chart-topping project “More Life.”

Drake recently completed his “Boy Meets World” Tour in Europe which featured Popcaan and Nicki Minaj.

In related news, Popcaan tops Billboard’s Reggae Digital Song Sales chart this week with Saturnz Barz, his collaboration with British animation group The Gorillaz.

Saturnz Barz is released by Parlophone/Warner Bros and produced by Canadian duo Banx and Ranx.

This is the first time Popcaan has topped a Billboard chart. His 2014 album, Where We Come From, peaked at number two on the Reggae Album chart, while his 2012 single Only Man She Want reached number 82 on the R&B Hip Hop Songs chart.

In the United Kingdom, Saturnz Barz earns Popcaan his fourth pop chart entry at number 87. His previous UK chart entries were collaborations.

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