Drake Drops Scary Hours 2 EP Featuring Rick Ross and Lil Baby
- Drake is trending high on social media after he released new music on Friday morning
- The Toosie Slide hitmaker dropped a dope EP titled Scary Hours 2 featuring rappers Rick Ross and Lil Baby
- The three tracks in the EP are titled What's Next, Wants and Needs and Lemon Pepper Freestyle
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Drake is trending at Number 1 on Twitter after dropping his three-track EP titled Scary Hours 2 on Friday morning, 5 March.
The world-renowned rapper features Lil Baby and Rick Ross in the new project. The superstar's fans have taken to the micro-blogging app to discuss their favourite lyrics from the three tracks titled What's Next, Wants and Needs and Lemon Pepper Freestyle.
The musician dropped the EP to keep his fans busy while he prepares to drop his highly-anticipated album Certified Lover Boy later this year.
Drake's excited fans from all over the globe have flooded Twitter with their reactions to the dope EP. Check out some of their comments below:
"Admittedly I’m not a Drake fan, however, credit where’s its due as What’s Next is great."
"Lemon Pepper is the hardest. Drake went crazy."
"I love it, I love it, I loooooovvveeeee it."
"Drake and Rick Ross on Lemon Pepper Freestyle."
"Whether you like the music or not, whenever Drake drops, we all talk about it & that’s why he’s forever gonna be winning."
"One thing about Drake? He’s gonna give you some lyrics you can use as a caption on IG."
In other entertainment news, Legit.ng reported that Ludacris took to social media recently to share a video of himself flying a plane. He wore navy shorts and a white T-shirt while operating the flying machine.
The US rapper took to Instagram on Tuesday, February 2, and shared the footage of himself flying high above the clouds. The Fast & Furious actor captioned his post:
"If you don’t evolve, you’ll evaporate."
A Twitter account @RapAllStars shared the same video on the micro-blogging app. @RapAllStars captioned the post:
"Ludacris got his pilot's license."
Social media users shared mixed reactions to the video. A fan @speakmymind2020 commented:
"This is how you flex. These young rappers posting pics with stacks to their ears, ridiculously large chains and implanting jewelry under their skin should take notes."
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