Putting aside his ongoing beef with Pusha-T, Drake has revealed the cover art and release date for his fifth studio album, Scorpion.
Just moments ago, the Toronto rapper took to his social media accounts and informed fans that his highly anticipated Scorpion album will be dropping June 29th, two weeks from this Friday.
June 29, 2018 #Scorpion @Drake pic.twitter.com/gF5cDJItbo
— OVO Sound (@OVOSound) June 14, 2018
“JUNE 29 2018,” he wrote along with the scorpion emoji.
To coincide with the announcement, Drizzy also went ahead and revealed the project’s artwork as well, which looks to be a simple black-and-white cover featuring a headshot of him and his signature “Aubrey Graham.”
As of now, the album is being led by the chart-topping singles “God’s Plan,” “Nice for What,” and “I’m Upset,” the latter of which just seen its music video get debuted tonight as well.
He’s also reunited the cast of “Degrassi” for the new video for his previously released single “I’m Upset.”
The visual features his co-stars Ephraim Ellis (Rick Murray), Nina Dobrev (Mia Jones), Lauren Collins (Paige Brooks), Shane Kippel (Gavin “Spinner” Mason), Stefan Brogran (Archie “Snake” Simpson), and many others.
Jay and Silent Bob—Kevin Smith’s signature creations—are also there.
The clip is directed by Karena Evans, who helmed the visuals for “Nice for What” and “God’s Plan.”