Drake’s latest project, “Scary Hours 3,” released as a deluxe version of “For All The Dogs,” is projected to make an impressive debut on the Billboard 200 chart.
According to Hits Daily Double, the album is expected to move between 110,000 to 130,000 copies in its first week of release. This figure includes the entirety of “For All the Dogs: Scary Hours Edition” along with the new songs that were added to the deluxe version.
With these impressive numbers, Drake has a chance to return to the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. He will face competition from Taylor Swift’s “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” and Dolly Parton’s “Rockstar,” both of which are also projected to have similar sales figures.
In one of the tracks from the new project, titled “Red Button,” Drake references competing with Taylor Swift and raps, “Taylor Swift the only n***a I ever rated/Only one could make me drop the album just a little later/Rest of y’all I treat you like you never made it/Leave your label devastated even when you pad the stats period I never hated.”
“Scary Hours 3” also includes lyrics where Drake calls out Joe Budden amid their ongoing feud in the song “Stories About My Brother.” He raps, “And nas bound to slip eventually, like they sent permission/Imagine us getting our validation from a ex-musician searching for recognition/Same story every time, they heckling, repetition/I’m top of the mountain, these nas still down at base camp, they planning they expedition.”
Furthermore, the deluxe version of “For All The Dogs” features a collaboration between Drake and J. Cole, who are set to embark on a tour together in January. Drake’s latest project is already generating significant buzz, and fans eagerly await its official chart performance. Stay tuned for more updates on Drake’s musical endeavors.