Drake’s new album Honestly, Nevermind is out now with all sort of dance and house vibes.
The Toronto superstar hosted his new SiriusXM show Table For One on Thursday night (June 16), where he played some of his favorite songs, communicated with fans, paid a tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala and talked about the new album, saying it’s something he always wanted to make. He said it took him about 6 to 7 months to create it.
Drizzy also teased a few more projects he’s got in the works, including a book of poetry with collaborator Toronto poet Kenza Samir. In addition, he’s also cooking a new Scary Hours pack. “Thank you to everybody who helped me with this. Shout-out to Kenza. Kenza, I love you. I want to send you some love. Me and Kenza have a book coming out this year — we have a book coming out this year, a poetry book,” he said.
Drake said he’s planning Scary Hours 3 as well but he will release it once fans have digested Honestly, Nevermind. “I got another Scary Hours pack coming too, in a little bit. Maybe not right now; I need you to just take this in right now. But I have a Scary Hours — I’m gonna slap some head tops off with the Scary Hours pack. I love this sh*t,” Drizzy said. Listen to the clip below.
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The last time Drizzy released a Scary Hours, it was the second installment back in March, 2021 containing ‘What’s Next’, ‘Wants and Needs’ feat. Lil Baby and ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’ feat. Rick Ross. The collection made Billboard history when Drake became the first artist to debut in the top three spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the first week.
Listen to some more of the Drake hosted show below.