Drake releases Scary Times 2 EP and shares Certified Lover Boy update

Drake weighs in on the Weeknd’s Grammy snub (Getty Images)
Drake weighs in on the Weeknd’s Grammy snub (Getty Images)

Drake has released his anticipated Scary Hours 2 EP.

The project comprises three tracks, and includes guest features from Rick Ross and Lil Baby. It follows the first Scary Hours EP, which was released in 2018 and included the hit “God’s Plan”.

The single “What’s Next” was also accompanied by a video directed by Theo Skudra.

The release coincided with the re-launch of Drake’s OVO Sound Radio, which has moved from Apple Music Radio to SiriusXM.

Drake’s latest album, Certified Lover Boy, is expected to drop sometime this year.

It was initially scheduled for a January release date, but was postponed after Drake injured his knee.

The Canadian artist provided a vague update on OVO Sounding, saying it was “currently being chef’d in every way possible” and revealing he’d been working with regular collaborators Noel Cadastre and Noah “40” Shebib.

“I don’t have an exact date, but it’s in the pot and it’s coming soon,” he said.

Drake released his last full-length project, the Dark Lane Demo Tapes mixtape, in 2020.

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