On Monday, April 16, the Canadian rapper posted a couple of photographs on Instagram that seem to pertain to his new record.
RollingStone confirmed that his album will be called Scorpion. In the caption of the message he writes, "JUNE 2018".
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His new single "Nice For What" - assumedly from Scorpion - just took over "God's Plan" for the #1 spot on the US Billboard Charts.
Drake, 31, has roots as a rapper but has increasingly gone in a pop direction and incorporated the infectious beats of Jamaican dancehall, most notably on his hit "One Dance", which is the second most-streamed song ever on Spotify.
The Toronto superstar's latest single 'Nice For What' came out 10 days ago along with a music video that featured cameos from Olivia Wilde, Issa Rae, Tiffany Haddish and more.
Drake first announced that he is working on a new album last week at a Majid Jordan concert.