Drake’s three-track EP Scary Hours 2 dropped at midnight, and predictably, blew up Twitter almost instantly.
On the first song on Scary Hours 2, “What’s Next”, Drake addresses the constant questioning about his time away from the limelight: “They wanna know how I’m livin’ my day to day life in the regular season. Well summer, all I did was rest, okay? And New Year’s, all I did was stretch, okay?”
“Wants and Needs” features Lil Baby, and Drake has a message to the public’s opinions, saying “leave me out the comments, leave me out the nonsense.”
Finally, on “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” featuring Rick Ross, a notable lyric in the nearly six-and-a-half-minute long song: “These days fame is disconnected from excellence.”
Here are what some fans think of the Scary Hours 2 drop:
March 5, 2021
Last scary hours was a 2 piece so pic.twitter.com/8DhADvnxct— I’m feeling above .500 (@thehyltonmotel) March 5, 2021
#ScaryHours2— Drizzy (@ChampagneOnFire) March 5, 2021
the weekend: puts out a hit album
drake seeing another toronto artist do good: pic.twitter.com/x8gu250nu8
Drake, lil baby and Rick Ross on Scary hours 2 pic.twitter.com/5QvbaHevPD— F (@yourboyefde87) March 5, 2021
Drake leaving the studio after recording wants and needs: pic.twitter.com/M0dLYXu4CL— Josh🎈 (@JoshWardyy) March 5, 2021
Me tryna calculate how @Drake never miss ... #ScaryHours pic.twitter.com/W6h8lD50xT— TJ Raw Shaw (@TJRaWShaW) March 5, 2021
Us: can we get the album pls@Drake : no, here’s 3 songs pic.twitter.com/glppGGMm2e— A. (@Lexiiee_x) March 5, 2021
Fans are also still waiting patiently for his Certified Lover Boy album that is expected to come out this year.