Drake is back with his Scary Hours 2 EP, released on Friday at midnight
On Friday midnight, Drake dropped his new Album ‘Scary Hours 2‘, and for now, the album consists of three songs “What’s Next,” a solo, “Wants and Needs,” featuring Lil Baby”; and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” featuring Rick Ross. This new album of Drake is a follow up of his 2018 album ‘Scary Hours EP,’ which consisted of songs such as “God’s Plan,” and was at the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100.
Certified Lover Boy?
Drake was expected to release his sixth album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ before ‘Scary Hours 2‘ as CLB was delayed due to the expected knee surgery of the 34-year-old singer. Drake informed his fans, back in January, about the delay of his album through an IG post.
He wrote: “I was planning to release my album this month but between surgery and rehab my energy has been dedicated to recovery,” Drake further informed the fans in January that he would drop the album at some point in 2021. “I’m blessed to be back on my feet feeling great and focused on the album, but CLB won’t be dropping in January.”
However, Drake certainly shocked his fans by dropping the Scary Hours 2 EP as the ‘God’s Plan’ singer has not released an EP since 2019, and neither did he release a full-length album for a long time. His last album was Scorpion that released back in 2018. And well there is still no news about the Certified Lover Boy‘s release.
Drakes’s OVO Sound Radio launch on SiriusXM
Drake updated his fans with yet another news on Thursday, just a few hours before the release of ‘ Scary Hours 2‘, about his OVO Sound Radio launch on SiriusXM’s SOUND 42 Channel. He wrote: “Going live tonight at 10:30pm EST with the return of OVO Sound Radio, and the launch of our 24 hour station SOUND 42 a new experience on Sirius XM.”
OVO Sound Radio was found by Drake, his manager El-Khatib, and Noah “40” Shebib, and the first episode was aired in 2015 hosted by drake and Khatib. ” [It’s] directly from us, from our hearts to your house, or just wherever you’re at ..” Khatib explained.
“It’s just a platform for us to tell you what we’re thinking, or play what we’re listening to. So, there’s really not any real plan or format here, other than just to share what we’re interested in. At the end of the day, it is what it is. The fact that we’re doing a radio show is mind-blowing.” The podcast previously used air on Apple Music’s Beats 1 platform.