Drake Drops “God’s Plan,” “Diplomatic Immunity” Off ‘Scary Hours’ EP
Drake just surprised the world with a new EP titled Scary Hours.
Drizzy put out the product on extremely short notice, revealing late last night (Jan. 19), the Extended Play would come out at midnight. The brief project only features two songs, “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity,” and the both of them bang.
"God's Plan" is produced by Cardo, Boi-1da and Yex. An uptempo joint, Drizzy rides the bouncy track, spitting about the divine order that has him in the place his is today. "God's plan, God's plan/I hold back, sometimes I won't (yeah)/I feel good, sometimes I don't (ayy, don't)," he spits on the chorus. "I finessed down Weston Road (ayy, 'nessed)/Might go down a G.O.D. (yeah, wait)/I go hard on Southside G (yeah, wait)/I make sure that north-side eat."
While the first track has a joyous vibe, on "Diplomatic Immunity" Aubrey is talking greasy over a hard instrumental produced by Boi-1da and Nick Brongers. One project. Two songs. Two vibes.
The Scary Hours project follows a handful of leaks that have surfaced since the release of his More Life playlist. Apparently, Drizzy has a bunch of records just ready to go. On Christmas Day a new record called "Pistols" surfaced. In November, another new record leaked. He also has a few highly-anticipated collabs coming up including a track with Quavo and possibly a song with Trippie Redd. In September, a new song from the 6 God leaked online after apparently being played in the New York Giants' locker room. He's also been in the lab with Pi'erre Bourne.
Listen to “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity” off Drake's new Scary Hours EP below.
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