Drake Hints On Upcoming Album 'Scorpion'

Drake Hints On Upcoming Album 'Scorpion'

Drake Hints On Upcoming Album 'Scorpion'

After practically living in the studio and continuously teasing a new project, its Drizzy season is finally approaching as he took to Instagram today (April 16th) to announce the new project which is to be titled "Scorpion".

The news comes in after the rapper recently dropped his single "Nice for What", which featured Olivia Wilde, Zoe Saldana, Tiffany Haddish, "Black Panther" star Letitia Wright, Michelle Rodriguez, Issa Rae and more. In another, Drake has shared an image of a golden medallion with a scorpion symbol on it.

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Drake started working on the album last summer. He went onstage to tell the crowd that he is back in his hometown of Toronto, Canada to record.

And, on Spotify, the first full day of release for More Life saw it rake in the best first-day streams for any album on the service.

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"Nice for What" made its debut on the chart at number one Monday and is now Drake's fifth Hot 100 #1 song. In recent months, he has released smash singles "God's Plan" and "Nice for What", which are likely to be included on the new album.

This has only been achieved once before by the iconic Liverpool band, who followed "Get Back" with "The Ballad of John and Yoko", which was their last number one in the United Kingdom in 1969.

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