Published Jun 22, 2018We're a week away from the arrival of Drake's new Scorpion LP, and as he's been known to do in the past, the Canadian rap giant is pointing to the album's release with a series of billboards.
Listeners have flooded social media with photos of the boards, which have been spotted across Toronto. While they don't feature the effort's album art, one that can be found at Yonge-Dundas Square sports both the titular creature and OVO's owl.
Other billboards spotted feature text reading "Is There More," "Don't Hit Me When You Hear This" and "A Side B Side." The final text board has even led some fans to believe that Scorpion could be a double album.
You can find photos of the billboards below.
Hold up... Drake dropping a double album?! pic.twitter.com/RDMhhpEqd0— B (@BoolBry) June 21, 2018
Most recently, Drake got the Degrassi gang back together for his "I'm Upset" video and popped up alongside 2 Chainz and Quavo on the former's "Bigger Than You."
Scorpion is due out on June 29 via OVO Sound/Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records.
While we wait for Scorpion, Drake's past albums are available on LP via Umusic, including Take Care, What a Time to Be Alive , If You're Reading This It's Too Late and Views.