With the long wait, the Canadian artist delivered a double-LP making his latest release his biggest project yet. The 25-track album is split into an “A SIDE” and “B SIDE” with heavy production from executive producers Noah “40” Shebib and Oliver El-Khatib. Though despite the plethora of tracks, the project contains only four features from JAY-Z, Ty Dolla $ign, Static Major and Michael Jackson.
Led by previously-released singles “God’s Plan,” “Nice for What” and “I’m Upset,” many expected Drake to provide some sort of response to his beef with Pusha-T with claims of a hidden child launched on Push’s “The Story of Adidon” diss record. Keeping a calm head, Drake confirms the existence of his son on “Emotionless,” rapping, “I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world, I was hiding the world from my kid.” Additionally, the Toronto rapper offers a response to haters that attack his dynamic artistry and progression with a simple “YEAH YEAH WE KNOW” in his album description.
I HATE WHEN DRAKE RAPS
DRAKE SINGS TOO MUCH
DRAKE IS A POP ARTIST
DRAKE DOESN’T EVEN WRITE HIS OWN SONGS
DRAKE TOOK AN L
DRAKE DIDN’T START FROM THE BOTTOM
DRAKE IS FINISHED
I LIKE DRAKE’S OLDER STUFF
DRAKE MAKES MUSIC FOR GIRLS
DRAKE THINKS HE’S JAMAICAN
DRAKE IS AN ACTOR
ANYBODY ELSE > DRAKE
YEAH YEAH WE KNOW
Stream Scorpion via Apple Music and Spotify below and purchase it on iTunes now.
In case you missed it, catch the Degrassi reunion Drake put together for his “I’m Upset” visual.