Drake 'Scary Hours 2': Live stream, concept, tracklist, lyrics of EP featuring Lil Baby, Rick Ross and special shout out to Lil Wayne
The music video 'What's Next' which comes as a bonus for fans is a tribute to the rapper's hometown Toronto
Drake is keeping his loyal fans on their toes prior to the much-anticipated release of ‘Certified Lover Boy’. The latest offering of the ‘God’s Plan’ rapper is an EP ‘Scary Hours 2’ that features Lil Baby and Rick Ross. The three-track EP comprising of ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’ pays tribute to 2010’s Quadron’s track ‘Pressure’.
Drake’s upcoming album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ which was previously scheduled to be released in January got pushed as the Grammy-winning artist stated, “I was planning to release my album this month but between surgery and rehab my energy has been dedicated to recovery,” and added, “I’m blessed to be back on my feet feeling great and focused on the album, but CLB won’t be dropping in January. I’m looking forward to sharing it with you all in 2021.”
When will Drake's 'Certified Lover Boy' release? Rapper tells fans not to wait for album in January
Drake trolled for State Farm ad at Super Bowl LV, fans can't believe he 'delayed his album' for a commercial
If you're wondering how to stream the new EP, here's all you need to know.
‘Scary Hours 2’ is available across all major music platforms. The music video for ‘What’s Next garnered over 350000 YouTube views within a few hours of release. Check out all the streaming links here.
Scary Hours 2’ released on March 5, Friday midnight. The Billboard Hot 100 topper artiste announced the drop of ‘Scary Hours’ a day before through social media handles.
The tracklist of ‘Scary Hours Part 2’ features three songs.
Did you know the track first appeared on Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf’s Instagram Live on February 21, 2021? The chorus has lyrics from the previously leaked and unfinished track, ‘What A Time To Be A Slime’ with Young Thug, according to Genius.
Here are the lyrics:
I'm makin' a change today
The liquor been takin' the pain away
I heard you was givin' your chain away
That's kinda like givin' your fame away
What's wrong with you?
I sit in a box where the owners do
A boss is a role that I've grown into
I love you to death but I told you the truth
I can't just be with you and only you
‘Wants and Needs’ with Lil Baby
Describing the concept behind the song, Genius says, “Drake and Atlanta rapper Lil Baby go back and forth on aspects of life involved in the balance of what is wanted versus what is needed. Between women, money, inner-circles, religion, and more, both rappers have to balance the importance of many things in life.”
Here are the lyrics:
Leave me out the comments, leave me out the nonsense
Speakin' out of context, people need some content
Niggas tryna keep up, shit is not a contest
Whippin' Benz concept
Least that’s what my mom says
Proof is in the progress, money's not a object
‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’ featuring Rick Ross
Explaining the song title, Genius said it explains Rick Ross affinity for lemon pepper wings, as he owns a variety of Wing Stop franchises and promotes the company via shouting out his favorite seasoning.
Here are the lyrics:
Godfather with a garden full of snakes
Call Porsche, time to give away a Wraith
Bricks boy, tryna turn 'em into bass
Big boy, I been tryin' by the Braves
Court room soundin' like I'm in the opera
The music video 'What's Next' which comes as a bonus for the fans is a tribute to his hometown Toronto. From the city's famous Ripley’s Aquarium to the singer rapping a whole verse in the subway system, showing off the downtown and the big screen of Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square, 'What's Next' is essentially a love song for the city.
Within hours of release, 'What's Next' has been called the official Toronto anthem. A fan said, "WHAT’S NEXT A TORONTO ANTHEM ALREADY HOLY SHIT GONNA SLAP THE FIRST I HEAR THIS IN THE CLUB!" Another said, "This What's Next Drake video makes me miss Toronto and I don’t even live there!" A fan quipped, "what’s next video is just a Yelp review of “top ten” places to visit in Toronto n I luv drake for it!" Another says, "Lemon pepper freestyle fucked me up!'
WHAT’S NEXT A TORONTO ANTHEM ALREADY HOLY SHIT GONNA SLAP THE FIRST I HEAR THIS IN THE CLUB🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥— Cordell Cockett (@CordellCockett3) March 5, 2021
This What's Next Drake video makes me miss Toronto and I don’t even live there 😂— 𝐄𝐥𝐧𝐚𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐧 𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐭𝐞𝐯𝐞™ (@elnathanchiteve) March 5, 2021
what’s next video is just a Yelp review of “top ten” places to visit in Toronto n I luv drake for it— Nicole Taylor (@nicrosetaylor) March 5, 2021
Lemon pepper freestyle fucked me up 🙌🏻 https://t.co/M7xafVu4PV— RickTheSizzler (@dillonborton_) March 5, 2021
Interestingly, Drake shouts out fellow rapper Lil Wayne on two new songs, 'What's Next' and 'Lemon Pepper Freestyle' — one of which was “I’m moving way too humble / Weezy handed it off, I still got no fumbles,” — and the other one was — “We all grateful for Weezy, but no one more than me.”
Fans couldn't keep calm and posted their thoughts within few minutes of its release. One said, "A GOAT knows A GOAT Made in Lagos taking off in the US. Its gon be on y'all faces for a long time... Y'all better get use to it. LoL. Drake and Wizkid. Essence the monster track! Weezy way," and another posted, "Drake don’t do nothing else, he gonna show love to our goat."
Kevin Durant wrote, "I’m moving way too humble Weezy handed it off, I still got no fumbles #FACT."
A GOAT knows A GOAT— BiBi💘 (@bryte_davies) March 5, 2021
Made in Lagos taking off in the US 🔥
Its gon be on y'all faces for a long time... Y'all better get use to it. LoL 😂 Drake and Wizkid 🦉🤝🦅
Essence the monster track! Weezy way 🥳 pic.twitter.com/B3BN8mOCTy
“We all grateful for Weezy but no one more than me.”— bloodline szn 🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾 (@r3pliku) March 5, 2021
Drake don’t do nothing else, he gonna show love to our 🐐🔥 pic.twitter.com/OiQUCTS1Yx
I’m moving way too humble— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) March 5, 2021
Weezy handed it off, I still got no fumbles#FACT