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Drake Releases ‘Scary Hours 2’ EP

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As the Toronto rapper continues to tease Certified Lover Boy, Drake hold fans over with the release of Scary Hours 2.

Serving as the sequel to the 2018-project, Scary Hours, which featured the top-charting single “God’s Plan,” as well as “Diplomatic Immunity,” Drake returns with three-tracks with contributions from Rick Ross on “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” and Lil Baby on “Wants and Needs.”

Alongside with the release of Scary Hours 2, Drake premiered a brand new video for “What’s Next.” Directed by Theo Skudra, Drake takes over Toronto, heading to the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, aquarium and rides an empty subway before being joined by his OVO squadron, Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, and OVO Niko, at the top of the CN Tower.

Before the release of the project, Drake returned to OVO Sound Radio via SiriusXM, to speak on the delay of Certified Lover Boy, which was pushed back as Drake continues to recover from knee surgery: “I’m just grateful to be back on my feet. I went through a little bit of a tough stretch with an injury and I’m back in tip-top form,” he said. “CLB is currently being cheffed in every way possible…I’m back in the studio with 40 tough. I’m just really excited about the music that we’re making and I feel like I’ve locked into a zone where I’m really trying to execute on a project that’s fulfilling for my soul.”

Drake joined Sirius XM in 2019 after his deal was up with Apple Music.

Though there is no definite release date of Certified Lover Boy, Drake reports “it’s in a pot and it’s coming soon.”

Stream Scary Hours 2 below.

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42 Dugg Links With Roddy Ricch for New Single ‘4 Da Gang’

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Back in February, shots were fired at a video shoot in southwest Atlanta, where 42 Dugg and Roddy Ricch were shooting a visual for their now announced single, “4 Da Gang.” As a result of the shooting, three people were injured and police detained and arrested a 40-year-old man on drug charges, though he was not suspected to be the shooter.

42 Dugg and Roddy Ricch left the scene unscathed, and we haven’t heard much about the single until now. Over the production of TayTayMadeIt, the record samples Scorpions’ 1982 single, “No One Like You.”

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Album Stream: Gallant – ‘Neptune’

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After parting ways with Warner Bros., Gallant returns with his latest project as an independent artist titled, Neptune.

Though it’s labeled an EP, it is an 8-track effort that consists of features from Brandy, VanJess and Arin Ray. Backed by his leading single, “Comeback,” Gallant was inspired by feelings of nostalgia when trying to come up with the lyrics:

“I put the lyrics of ‘Comeback.’ together from pages of notes I had typed up late at night and saved on my computer (and didn’t really want anyone else to read),” Gallant explains via press release. “I was having some trouble finding a spark of inspiration and at the same time, I had these small bits and pieces of early 2000s R&B floating around in my head that I could never really turn into any good ideas.”

Neptune serves as a follow-up to his 2019-project, Sweet Insomnia, which featured 13-tracks with contributions from 6lack and Sabrina Claudio.

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Album Stream: Kalan.Fr.Fr – TwoFr 2

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After signing to Roc Nation earlier this month, Compton’s own Kalan.Fr.Fr releases his first project on the label imprint titled, TwoFr 2.

Serving as the sequel to his 2018-project, Kalan.Fr.Fr. taps on the services of Stunna 4 Vegas, Mozzy and Cypress Moreno on the 13-track effort. “Being with Roc Nation feels like we set our goals and now we’ve accomplished them,” said the First Class Entertainment artist. “We’re just excited to take it to the next level. I just wanna prove to everyone that believes in me…I wanna prove them right.”

Stream Kalan.Fr.Fr.’s TwoFr2 below.

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