Drake Teases New Album 'Scorpion' (And Its Release Date) On Instagram

Pat Wise
April 17, 2018

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".

In a follow-up post, he uploaded a picture of a gold pendant with the image of a scorpion. Th caption reads "June 2018".

Neither Drake nor Raye have spoken out about the reports on social media, but if this is now a thing then we hope we at least get a quality tune or two out of it! Well, if this means Drake (born October 24) is embracing his scorpion traits, we can expect emotionally charged songs that zone in on themes of trust, honesty, true friendship, bravery and resourcefulness.

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In what can be seen as a win-win, his newest release "Nice for What", recently dethroned "God's Plan" for the top spot on the charts. His 2016 Views single, "One Dance", held the previous record at 10 weeks.

Drake, 31, has roots as a rapper but has increasingly gone in a pop direction and incorporated the infectious beats of Jamaican dancehall, most notably on his hit "One Dance", which is the second most-streamed song ever on Spotify.

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