Tonight, Drake is set to release his fifth studio album, Scorpion. Rumored details on the project have been circulating online for the last few weeks, ranging from a supposed Static Major feature to Scorpion billboards possibly indicating that it'd be a double-disc affair. This afternoon, Drake hopped on Instagram to post the official Scorpion tracklist.

From the above image, it's perfectly clear that the project will be a double-disc album, with distinctive "A" and "B" sides. Previously-released singles "God's Plan" and "I'm Upset" are on the A side, while "Nice for What" is found on the B side. Though the initial tracklist didn't reveal any featured artists, a subsequent post confirmed the album includes some pretty big-name appearances. We're talking Jay-Z, Michael Jackson, Ty Dolla Sign, and Static Major. 

DJ Premier teased his involvement in the project with a rose emoji, possibly alluding to working on "Sandra's Rose."

Could the A side be a bit "harder," with B side being more of his R&B-lane? It's hard to say. Many are already wondering what significance the date "March 14" might have, as well as if tracks like "Survival" could contain the scathing disses many were looking for just a month ago.

All questions will be answered tonight when Drake's Scorpion drops and owns your entire weekend/summer function circuit.