OVO Sound boss Drake might have just taken a page out of Kanye West‘s playbook. New reports claim the 6 God has made an active change to his streaming Scorpion album.

According to reports, Drizzy has quietly updated the digital version of his new LP with songs like his Lil Wayne-assisted “In My Feelings” banger.

When Kanye West released The Life Of Pablo, he made some changes/updates to the LP shortly after its release and this continued for a little while. We all know that Drake, 40 and the crew work on the album right until it has to be handed in, to the point where we have a couple of different references to XXXTentacion’s murder on the album. We now have new Lil Wayne vocals, starting around the 2:17 mark. It’s also been noted that ‘Talk Up’ with JAY-Z sounds like it’s mixed a lot better now, which was an issue for people before. (Hip Hop N More)

Drake’s solo album is currently en route to destroy its sales chart competition.

Based on early reads, Scorpion by YMCMB/Republic’s Drake is on track for a record-breaking first week.

Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 870-920k total activity, 275-300k album.

The set, which surpassed 300m worldwide streams within its first 24 hours, has dominated the Spotify (#1-23 of the Top 25 U.S., 18 of the Top 25 Global), Apple Music (all of the Top 25) and iTunes (#1 album and three tracks in the Top 10) charts since its arrival. Spotify and Apple have both given Scorpion primo real estate, with The Spot according it the streamery’s first-ever site takeover. (HITS Daily Double)

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A few hours ago, New York rapper Fabolous talked about missing last night’s Scorpion Miami listening party.

Since dropping Friday, Drake’s new album has crushed huge streaming records on Apple Music and Spotify.