By Joey Nolfi
Updated March 05, 2021 at 12:12 AM EST
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At the stroke of midnight on Friday, when you were probably in sweatpants, hair tied, chillin' with no makeup on, Drake dropped a new project.

Following the delay of his highly anticipated sixth studio album, Certified Lover Boy, the superstar recording artist released Scary Hours 2, a follow-up to his 2018 EP.

The three song collection consists of "What's Next," a solo song; "Wants and Needs," featuring Lil Baby"; and "Lemon Pepper Freestyle," featuring Rick Ross.

The first Scary Hours EP earned Drake two top-10 hits: "God's Plan," which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Diplomatic Immunity," which charted at No. 7.

Despite releasing a handful of singles in recent months, Drake hadn't unveiled an EP since 2019's The Best in the World Pack, and he hasn't dropped a full-length album since 2018's Scorpion. The Canadian-born entertainer previously delayed Certified Lover Boy after a suspected knee surgery.

"I was planning to release my album this month but between surgery and rehab my energy has been dedicated to recovery," Drake wrote in his Instagram Story in January, revealing that he would drop the album at some point in 2021. "I'm blessed to be back on my feet feeling great and focused on the album, but CLB won't be dropping in January."

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