Drake’s Scorpion has struck.
The hip-hop star’s fifth studio set arrived in full just before midnight, initially on Apple Music and iTunes. And it's an all-star affair. Spanning 25 tracks, the new double-album contains the previously-released tracks “I'm Upset,” “Nice For What” and the hit “God's Plan,” and features an array guests from Jay-Z to Ty Dolla $ign and Static Major, and a credit to the late King Pop, Michael Jackson, on “Don't Matter to Me.”
Clocking in at just under 90 minutes, Scorpion is the followup to 2016's Views, which scaled the summit the Billboard 200.
Drake also shared a tasty message for his haters, which can be read below.
In celebration the new release, Spotify announced its first-ever global dedicated artist takeover, dubbed “Scorpion SZN,” through an alliance with Republic, Cash Money and Young Money Records. It’s the first time a single artist has taken over multiple Spotify playlists on the same day, according to a rep from the streaming giant. Download Scorpion at iTunes here and stream it below.