Just when you thought it was safe, he's baaaackkkk!
Fans are still recovering from an all out social media frenzy after the early Friday morning release of Drake's fifth official album, Scorpion. The album features a Side A and Side B -- presumably split to highlight both Drizzy's rapping and singing capabilities respectively. The double album is loaded with 25 tracks, weighing in at a whopping 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Drake addresses a lot in his latest body of work and lets the world know how he really feels before listeners even pressed play in his self-written Editor's Note on Apple Music:
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 DRAKE CHANGED ANYBODY ELSE > DRAKE …
YEAH YEAH WE KNOW
Along the way, Drake also confirms he is a daddy, flaunts the ultimate flex with a Michael Jackson and Static Major feature, and provides us yet another lyrically-loaded experience.
Get into my video review of the album, its key takeaways and favorite tracks from the full-length.