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

Drake performs on the Coachella stage during day 2 of the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club

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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.

The next album's named after his star sign: it's called Scorpion, and you'll be able to hear it in June.

Rolling Stone has reportedly confirmed that Scorpion is the name of Drake's upcoming album.

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After practically living in the studio and continuously teasing a new project, its Drizzy season is finally approaching as he took to Instagram today (April 16th) to announce the new project which is to be titled "Scorpion".

It would make sense that the Toronto rapper would release the album to kick off the Summer as his annual "OVO Festival" is held each year in Toronto during "Carabana Weekend". If true, it will be the follow-up to his latest last full-length project More Life, which dropped in March 2017.

That's not it. Drake is also the first artist in history to replace himself at number 1 on the Hot 100 with songs that both debuted at the top spot.

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Of course, many are already beginning to speculate that the album title is alluding to Drake's zodiac sign.

However it is expected that "God's Plan" and "Nice For What" will appear on the LP.

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