It was just two weeks ago when Drake delivered his two-sided, 25-track Scorpion album. Since then, the highly anticipated project has secured Drake multiple big-time wins, such as breaking the Apple Music record for single-day streams and becoming the first album to rack in more than 1 billion streams in a single week.

Drake could’ve easily stopped there and rode Scorpion’s success for the rest of the year; but thankfully for his fans, the 6 God was far from finished. One week after his "Behind Barz" performance, Drizzy delivers his incendiary Fire In The Booth freestyle during Charlie Sloth's BBC Radio 1Xtra segment.

The British DJ teased the appearance earlier this week on social media, stating, "All the best rappers in the UK done it. I need the best rapper in the world to do this."

 

PROBLEM 🦂

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#DrakeFITB 🦂🔥

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As expected, Drizzy seemingly referenced his beef with Pusha-T and Kanye West:

The only skeletons here are the ones from the nights that I raised hell
Make sure the staff are paid well
Make them think twice about the stories that they tell
No one knows when the plan is hatchin'
I'ma make them walk on eggshells
Tiptoe, niggas better know

The freestyle received mixed reactions on social media, with some fans insisting Drake killed it, while others were disappointed with the bars.

You can check out the Fire In The Booth freestyle above.

Drake has been making a lot of moves in London this past week: Last Sunday, he made a surprise appearance at the annual Wireless Festival, and was spotted filming a video on Piccadilly Circus.

Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the video's release.