Drake Announces New Album "Scorpion" Will Be Releasing In June

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Drake, who separately put out a picture of a necklace with a scorpion pendant, did not reveal an exact release date or other details.

The "God's Plan" rapper took to his social media accounts on Monday, April 16, to tease the artwork for his forthcoming record, which follows 2016's Views. Drake was pictured wearing a jacket emblazoned with "Scorpion" and "June Twenty Eighteen". The caption on both photos reads, "June 2018". He also released his "More Life" playlist project in March 2017 and the "Scary Hours" EP in January. In another, Drake has shared an image of a golden medallion with a scorpion symbol on it.

Earlier this month, he released the music video for "Nice For What", which starred several popular Hollywood actresses including Rashida Jones, Olivia Wilde, Tiffany Hadish, Emma Roberts, and Zoe Saldana. With a birth date of October 24, the 31-year-old rap superstar is a Scorpio, and social media has been set ablaze ever since Drake posted his initial teaser pic to IG which featured a medallion with a scorpion at the center of a zodiac sign chart.

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"God's Plan" spent a total of 11 weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and was just the fifth song in history to spend its first 10 weeks on the chart at number one.

Whilst you're here, check out Drake stopping his live show to call out a guy for groping people in the crowd.

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