Fans are hyped for Drake's latest release after he announced new music material that dropped at Midnight. The self-proclaimed Lover Boy took to his Instagram to share some images to tease his fans with new pictures for his brand-new music release "Scary Hours 2."
The first part of the LP was released back in 2018, known as Scary Hours, which comprised two tracks: Diplomatic Immunity and the massive chart-topping diamond-certified single God's Plan.
Drake's label OVO Sound also confirmed the news over on Twitter that he's about to release "Scary Hours 2" at Midnight EST. We were formerly expecting the 6 God's Certified Lover Boy album that was announced to drop in January 2021. But sadly, the album was postponed, but Drake has insisted that the album will still be arriving this year, although no official release date has been announced.
"I was planning to release my album this month, but between surgery and rehab, my energy has been dedicated to recovery," he wrote on his Instagram story back in January. "I'm blessed to be back on my feet feeling great and focused on the album, but CLB won't be dropping in January. I'm looking forward to sharing it with you all in 2021."
The first taste of Certified Lover Boy we got was with the release of the single Laugh Now Cry Later alongside Lil Durk, which proved to be another smash hit for the rapper. Now with no official word on the album guess we'll have to make do with this new EP, Scary Hours 2.
The EP's tracklist is made up of three tracks, What's Next, Wants and Needs featuring Lil Baby and Lemon Pepper Freestyle alongside Rick Ross. The single leading the EP is What's Next, whose Music Video Drake was spotted to be filming in his hometown Toronto.
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