Drake To Release “Scary Hours” On Friday, But Fans Have No Idea What It Is
Those anxiously awaiting the arrival of “Certified Lover Boy” are one step closer to receiving the long-awaited project.
On Wednesday, Drake announced that his next release, “Scary Hours,” will arrive on Friday, March 5th. The artwork features two blurred rhombuses, which led fans to believe that the latest Drake offering may be a two-pack EP instead of a single.
Though there is no definitive date for the Toronto’s hitmaker highly anticipated sixth studio album, DJ Akademiks claims that Drake told him the album would arrive “April or before.”
What is also unclear with “Scary Hours” is whether this is music from the album or unreleased loosies meant to hold fans over. The release of random singles, whether purposefully or leaked, has become a practice that devout OVO supporters have grown accustomed to with the “One Dance” rapper/crooner.
Back in May, in anticipation of “Certified Lover Boy,” which was originally slated for a Summer release, he offered a 14-track mixtape, “Dark Lane Demo Tapes,” which included a collection of unreleased music that he’d been sitting on for quite some time. The project included previously leaked fan favorite, “Desires” alongside Future and the TikTok friendly, “Toosie Slide,” which he’d unveiled a video for a month prior to the mixtape release.
No matter the nature of Friday's delivery, new music from Drake is always welcomed.
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