Written by: Khalif Thompson
In less than 24 hours, it appears that the majority of people have developed an opinion on Drake's new dance album.
The rapper's latest release is a change from what we've come to expect from him, and it doesn't appear that fans are taking it well.
Drake made it extremely plain shortly after the album's release that he was enjoying the time of his life, regardless of what was written about the record on Twitter.
Nonetheless, it appears he became aware of the response after a few shots and commented on Instagram.
"It's all good if you don't get it yet. That's what we do," he said. "We are waiting for you to catch up. We're caught up already. On to the next. My goodness."
If fans don't like his current work, he should revert to his hit-making formula in the next Scary Hours sequel.
Drake alluded about the release of Scary Hours 3 during the debut of his SiriusXM program Table For One.
He also mentioned that he is working on a poetry collection.
Overall, it appears like Drake has a lot of songs in the works that he plans to release this year.