Drake is back in the lab.
Almost one year after releasing Scorpion, the D has announced plans for the follow-up. During the London stop on his “Assassination Vacation Tour” on Tuesday night (April 9), Drizzy said that he’s already started recording and plans to hit the studio once he returns to the U.S. and return with a new album in 2020.
“This is one of my favorite places to be in the world,” he told the crowd at the O2 Arena. “So I think what I’ma do—I kinda actually started last night to be honest with you. But I think what I’ma do after this, is I’ma go home and I’ma make a new album so I can come back to London next year and we can do this again.”
Drake has started woking on a new album? pic.twitter.com/FEeA9bsPC5
— BaseXtra TV (@basextratv) April 10, 2019
Additionally, Drake and Future appear to be working on What a Time to Be Alive 2. Last week, Future took to Instagram Stories with Drake, where they revealed that they are cooking up new music, a possible sequel to their 2015 collaborative project What a Time to Be Alive.
“What’s that? We gotta cook that up. That two,” said Drake while holding up two fingers in the video. Future responded, “It’s already cooked. Top secret.”
In addition to teasing new music, Drake took to Instagram to share some old Twitter DMs between him and Kendrick Lamar, Trey Songz, Kevin Durant, and more. “Logged into my twitter today and got a quick reminder that time is in full flight,” he wrote. “A lot of blessings to be aware and appreciative of for so many of us…take a quick moment to digest the progression in your life no matter how small or large. Then get back to it.”