Over the weekend, Drake surprise dropped two new singles - "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity" - that are billed as a project called Scary Hours. Last night, electronic artist Rabit took to Instagram to point out that the artwork for Scary Hours uncannily resembles the poster for his own 2015 "Communion Tour." See his post, featuring both side by side, below.

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Remarking in the caption that poster designer Collin Fletcher is "always having his style stolen," Rabit elaborated in a statement that “This is a story that too many artists, musicians, and designers identify with. Hopefully this results in a larger conversation about popular culture's relationship to underground artists.”

Sources close to the situation have informed us that OVO did not source Fletcher's work directly but were presented with options in reference to it during production. Drake and his team have yet to make an official statement.

Listen to both of Drake's new tracks below via Spotify.

In other music news, Migos have shared another offering from their upcoming album Culture II. Listen to "Supastars" right here.

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