Toronto’s legendary emcee and rap mogul Drake, born Aubrey Graham, has cancelled his plans for a brief retirement from rap music and announced his 5th EP “Scary Hours 3”.
Hip-Hop is still reeling from the unprecedented impact of “For All The Dogs” LP.
Alongside the sprawling announcement, the OVO affiliate further shared an epic EP trailer via Meta. Check it out below.
“I feel the no need to appease anybody. I feel so confident about the body of work that I just dropped that I know I could go and disappear for whatever… six months, a year, two years… even though I’m not into like… really like superlengthy disappearances for the sake of mystery but… you know, ultimately, it’s coming to me in a way that maybe I haven’t experienced like since you’re reading this… it’s just kinda like I feel like I’m in that mental state without doing anything. I did those songs in the last five days,” the rapper says across the epic trailer.
Notably, at least 2 songs from Drake’s most recent studio album “For All The Dogs” – “Tried Our Best” and “I’m the Problem” – leaked ahead of its release. The former later appeared on the LP.
Earlier today, Drake premiered Gibson Hazard-directed “First Person Shooter” visual cut featuring J. Cole. Watch it below if you haven’t yet.
The last and sophomore EP from the series titled “Scary Hours 2” was released on March 5th, 2021 and featured 3 flagrant rap records – “What’s Next”, “Wants & Needs” featuring Lil Baby and “Lemon Tree Freestyle” featuring “Too Good To Be True” rapper Rick Ross.
Look out for ‘Scary Hours 3’ by Drake on November 17th, 2023.
Stream ‘Scary Hours 2’ & ‘Scary Hours’ EPs by Drake via Spotify.