Drake ‎– Scorpion - 2018 Hip Hop -- Sealed 2LP

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Drake ‎– Scorpion

Young Money Entertainment ‎– B0029103-01, Cash Money Records ‎– B0029103-01,Republic Records ‎– B0029103-01
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
16 Nov 2018
Hip Hop


A1 Survival 2:16
A2 Nonstop 3:59
A3 Elevate 3:05
A4 Emotionless 5:02
A5 God's Plan 3:19
A6 I'm Upset 3:34


B1 8 Out Of 10 3:16
B2 Mob Ties 3:25
B3 Can't Take A Joke 2:44
B4 Sandra's Rose 3:36
B5 Talk Up 3:43
B6 Is There More 3:47


C1 Peak 3:26
C2 Summer Games 4:08
C3 Jaded 4:22
C4 Nice For What 3:31
C5 Finesse 3:02
C6 Ratchet Happy Birthday 3:27
C7 That's How You Feel 2:38


D1 Blue Tint 2:43
D2 In My Feelings 3:38
D3 Don't Matter to Me 4:06
D4 After Dark 4:50
D5 Final Fantasy 3:40
D6 March 14 5:10




Executive-Producer – Aubrey Drake Graham*, Noah "40" Shebib*, Oliver El-Khatib

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Barcode (Scanned): 602567874942
Barcode (Printed): 6 02567 87494 2

"Scorpion invites you to pretend that becoming a dad hasn’tbeen one of Drake’s foremost concerns for the last decade. He makes the disclosure for the first time on the stunning “Emotionless,” coasting on top of an instantly recognizable Mariah Carey sample: “I wasn’t hidin’ my kid from the world, I was hidin’ the world from my kid.” He refutes Pusha’s claim that he’s a deadbeat dad on the opulent “8 out of 10”: “The only deadbeats is whatever beats I been rappin’ to.” To hear Drake tell it, he can’t be bothered to keep their spat going because he’s just too satisfied. “Kiss my son on the forehead then kiss your ass goodbye,” he taunts. “As luck would have it, I’ve settled into my role as the good guy.” ( pitchfork)

" This means that Scorpion is the first Drake album to double back instead of chart a new course, and its conservatism is disappointing given the near-decade he’s spent at pop music’s vanguard. Splitting Scorpion into two distinct sides—rap and R&B—detracts from his pioneering synthesis of those two genres, but the best songs here don’t sound like retreads; they’re the most refined possible expressions of familiar aesthetics. Soulful, sample-centric cuts like “Emotionless,” “8 out of 10,” and the long-awaited DJ Premier collaboration “Sandra’s Rose” are pure comfort food, a reminder that Drake idolized Kanye West long before they became each other’s nemeses. On the other end of the spectrum, the frosted android choirs haunting “Elevate” and “Finesse” are as weird and thrilling as any beat you’ll hear this year; they sound like Oneohtrix Point Never demos, but they still have a place in Drake’s sound world."

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Republic Records
Color Black