Both tracks are slated to appear on Khaled’s next album, 'Khaled Khaled', though a release date for the album has yet to be announced.
The trackllist features previously leaked tracks, SoundCloud releases and collaborations with Chris Brown and Playboi Carti.
The new songs come ahead of a new album that Drake has promised will be released in 2020.
The playlist is filled with a selection of loose tracks making up the greatest hits that never were throughout the star's career.
The iconic rapper last visited these shores back in March 2017 in support of his fourth album 'Views.'
The superstar rapper’s surprise LP clocks in as the North American chart’s fourth-best sales week of 2018.
The 21-piece collection includes a range of 'Scorpion'-themed items such as an array of emblazoned T-shirts, long-sleeves, hoodies and more.
On top of the streaming record, Drake's new album 'Scorpion' is sitting atop the Billboard Top 200 for a fifth straight week.
The hip-hop star's manager, Future the Prince, will also be involved with the production.
Drake leans into the London lifestyle on his latest music video ‘Nonstop’
Production issues have caused the stars to reschedule their entire Aubrey And The Three Amigos trek.
While he was in the UK, Drake's new album Scorpion remained at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 for a second straight week.
The Billboard chart-topping title has also crushed the all-time US one-week streaming record in under three days.
The superstar rapper beats his own record on Apple Music which he set when 'More Life' accumulated 89.9 million streams worldwide within 24 hours.