After months of waiting and teasing, Drake has finally delivered his highly-anticipated fifth studio album, Scorpion.
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
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