Toronto rap boss Drake is keeping everyone moving. After dropping his newest project, Scary Hours 2, the 6 God is keeping the creative process going and has released his new “What’s Next” music video.
Drake Keeps ‘Scary Hours 2’ Hype Moving
Drake went to his Instagram to pump up excitement with the new video premiere announcement. The video immediately shot to number one on the YouTube trending chart and features the diamond-selling artist flexing around a whole lot of snowy action up north above the United States border.
“WHATS NEXT VIDEO OUT NOW on @youtube“
40 Gets Fans Hyped For New Drake Music
The time has finally come for Drake fans. Ahead of the new music dropping, the Toronto rap boss’ OVO Sound producer 40 lit up social media with the perfect amount of hype to get Drizzy supporters amped. Drake himself took to his Instagram to let it be known he was releasing music. 40 joined in and also put up the cover art to what is his latest EP (and a sequel to his 2018 EP) Scary Hours 2.
Birdman + Bryson Tiller Pumped For Scary Hours 2
The OVO Sound boss finally came through but it’s far from clutch. Fans are still going to have to wait for his highly-anticipated Certified Lover Boy studio album.
Drizzy took to Instagram to announce that he will be dropping Scary Hours 2 this Friday at midnight so in less than 24 hours from now. We’re assuming he’s doing a two song EP like the first Scary Hours from 2018 that featured the massive hit ‘God’s Plan‘. Drake had used the momentum from the same for the release of his last album Scorpion. (HHNM)
OVO Sound supporters had to wait until Friday before getting their hands on the EP. Despite the slight wait, high-profile entertainers including Cash Money boss Birdman a.k.a. Baby and singer Bryson Tiller have hyped up Drake’s new music announcement.
“FRIDAY MIDNIGHT ☠️”
“⛽️⛽️⛽️” -Bryson Tiller
“🐍🖤” -Pooh Shiesty
Drizzy Reveals His Studio Grind
In February 2021, Drake went to his IG page with a studio shot, but fans could only speculate about new music gearing up to drop. In the pic, which the 6 God posted to his Instagram Story, Canadian record producer 40 was seen working on music.
“Every night, late night 🦉”