Drake Confirms He's a Father on New Album 'Scorpion'

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In it, he acknowledges some of the criticisms that have been flung his way recently: "I hate when Drake raps".

Drake often boasts about his chart successes and wallows in heartaches, but on his latest album "Scorpion", the Toronto superstar has delivered a confessional the likes we've never heard from him before.

Drake seemingly confirmed his son on the track "Emotionless" from his new album 'Scorpion.' Check out the lyrics here!

- Matthew Santoro (@MatthewSantoro) June 29, 2018Drake really wrote March 14 all about his son and the challenges of being a father. "She not my lover like 'Billie Jean, ' but the kid is mine". "Sandi used to tell me all it takes is one time / Shit, we only met two times".

At the end of 2017's More Life, Drake mulled over the idea of staying mum in order to protect his creative process.

Scorpion is available now on Apple Music. Damn, Drake, you got me there, man.

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The album itself is mammoth: there are 25 tracks spread across two discs, adding up to a running time of just under 1 hour and 30 minutes.

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Drake revealed nothing about the song's genesis, but Jackson is known to have left a series of unfinished tracks when he died in 2009.

Drake incorporates his recent input into "Scorpion" - "God's Plan", an infectious hip-hop track that has spent the longest stretch on the top of the United States singles chart this year, and "Nice For What", a fast-driving dip into New Orleans' bounce scene.

"If it is in fact Drake's child, which he does not believe, he would do the right thing by the child".