After hitting streaming platforms on June 29, Drake's new album Scorpion is now available to buy in physical form.  As previously announced by XXL, a 2xCD version of the album has been released today, July 13, and is currently available for purchase at Amazon. No vinyl release has been announced as of yet. If you've been eagerly waiting to hold Scorpion in your hands, then click on the button below to get your copy.

Drake has released previous albums in physical formats, the last being his 2016 record Views released on CD and vinyl. His mixtapes If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and What a Time to Be Alive were also released on vinyl that same year. More Life, Drake's playlist which dropped last year, has not received a physical release.

In its first few days, Scorpion has completely dominated streaming platforms, breaking the record for most single day album streams previously held by Post Malone's Beerbongs & Bentleys.

Stream Scorpion below.

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