In a post on Instagram, Drake revealed that his upcoming project will be titled Scorpion, and the "June 2018" caption let's us know that we can expect the project to drop at the start of the summer months.
The rapper, who has seen huge success from his singles 'God's Plan' and 'Nice For What', made the surprising announcement on Instagram with the new album name and June release date on a jacket. However, the rapper has now dethroned himself at the top of the charts as "Nice For What" has taken the number one position on the Billboard Hot 100.More news: Greens want to legalise cannabis for adult use
Then there was the two track EP in January, which featured "God's Plan", the video of which saw Drizzy give out just shy of Dollars $1 million on the streets of Miami. Holding the number one spot for 11 weeks is no easy task as it beat out Adele's "Hello" which had held the #1 position for 10 weeks. His song "God's Plan" topped the United States singles chart for 11 weeks - until being dethroned Monday by another of his songs, "Nice for What". Drake's new single makes him the thirteenth artist to replace himself at number one.
He has often played with the traditional album format, instead putting out sprawling song collections marketed as mixtapes. "God's Plan" immediately shot to the top of the charts.