After a few false alarms, including one from Drizzy himself, none other than his father, Dennis Graham has also taken to Instagram to rile up fans even further that we may very well still be blessed with the project before the weekend closes.
Earlier this afternoon (Mar. 5), Drake's dad shared a repost of the project's cover, which features a photo of him from back in the day, proving that he either wanted to send his son's fans into a frenzy or it was purely a coincidence he chose the image to promote his own career.
For the Instagram caption, Mr. Graham wrote, "Tonight's the night," with his hashtags referring to his own performance in Delilah.
While some folks remain hopeful, searching for clues on social media, others are turning to Twitter to air their frustration that the project is still MIA.
Take a look at Dennis Graham's interesting choice of promotional post, as well as see how Drake's loyal fans are starting to feel a bit impatient, in the posts below.
.. @Drake .. Im waiting on "More Life". ✅— Rev Run (@RevRunWisdom) March 4, 2017
Me waiting for drake to drop more life. pic.twitter.com/oMqohU1jPb— SouthwestLA 7️⃣ (@nick4era) March 5, 2017
Waiting for Drake to drop More life pic.twitter.com/FA3Ku6kAiI— 💸Bitch I Might Be💸 (@KevDontCare) March 5, 2017
Me waiting on Drake to drop more life pic.twitter.com/qp1S8qPfJ3— BmooreFromTw!tter 👿 (@Bdotcash) March 5, 2017
And I say, good girl got her mind right, she been raised right, being patient, I know you waiting, waiting on a good thing— Drake Lyrics (@DrakeLyricWorld) March 5, 2017
I've been refreshing Twitter, Instagram, Apple Music and Spotify since noon waiting for #morelife ! Cmon drake drop it already— Jayden wynn (@jwynner117) March 5, 2017
Staring at my phone waiting for drake to drop more life like pic.twitter.com/tMvEUJBCCC— Demi😇 (@Demi_iiiA) March 5, 2017
(Photos from left: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images, Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)