Drake Announces New Album 'Scorpion' for June Release!

Drake Replaces Himself at Top of Billboard Hot 100 with 'Nice For What'

The 31-year-old entertainer shared the news via two Instagram posts on Monday (April 16). In the pic, Aubrey stands with his back to the camera. Combining the two images, it's pretty clear Drake's a big fan of Drive, the '80s synth-and-violence drenched Nicolas Winding film starring Ryan Gosling. In the caption of the message he writes, "JUNE 2018".

The next album's named after his star sign: it's called Scorpion, and you'll be able to hear it in June.

Although it's unclear what form the project will take - in the past he has hinted at everything from EPs to playlists to singles - Rolling Stone has confirmed that Scorpion is the title of the rapper's upcoming album. The rapper's latest single, "Nice For What" helped him make history on the Billboard Hot 100 as the first artist to ever replace their number one single with another song that debuted at the top. His 2016 Views single, "One Dance", held the previous record at 10 weeks. Drake's "God's Plan" and "Nice For What" are already doing some major numbers and if both end up included on the album, he'll hit gold even quicker than Cardi. With this, the Lauryn Hill sampled smash becomes the 30th song to debut at the top spot of the Hot 100 chart. This marks Drake's fifth No. 1 hit.

Check out Drake's posts below.



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