Drake Returns With 'Scary Hours 2' EP, Featuring Rick Ross & Lil Baby
Drake's Scary Hours 2 features apperances from Lil Baby and Rick Ross.
It's a spooky time. Drake has dropped a new EP called Scary Hours 2. The EP features three new songs and appearances from Atlanta rapper Lil Baby and Rick Ross.
The EP is technically the sequel to the 2018 Ep, which featured the smash hit "God's Plan."
With the EP comes the release of a new video, for the song "What's Next." The video was directed by Theo Skudra (He also directed the video for "Nonstop.") The highlight of the EP is the Rick Ross-assisted "Lemon Pepper Freestyle," which features a monster extended verse from Drake and a killer sample of Quadron's 2010 song "Pressure."
It's a busy day for Champagne Papi. Drake also relaunchedOVO Sound Radio — which was once on Apple Music Radio but is now on a SiriusXM channel called SOUND 42.
While there he gave an update on his upcoming album, Certified Lover Boy. The album was supposed to drop at the top of the year. But, in an Instagram post eariler in the year, Drake announced he was postponing it because he was recovering from a knee injury. (Aubrey the athlete.)
During OVO Radio, Drake said:
“CLB is currently being chef’d in every way possible... I don’t have an exact date, but it’s in the pot and it’s coming soon.”
The last time Drake dropped a new project it was last year when he released Dark Lane Demo Tapes, which featured the hit record "Toosie Slide"
Check out the video for "What's Next" and the Scary Hours 2 EP below.