Drake Responds To 'Take Care' Album Leak
The LP hits stores Nov. 15
After a nearly completely version of “Take Care” hit the Internet, Drizzy took to Twitter to address the early release, saying, "I am not sure if the album leaked. But if it did thank god it doesn't happen a month early anymore. Listen, enjoy it, buy it if you like it...and take care until next time."
Although Drake’s sophomore album is officially slated to hit stores on November 15, the album has spawned numerous trending topics on Twitter, and has music magazines like Rolling Stone dissecting its every track.
“The much-anticipated follow-up is more expansive, with producers from Just Blaze to the Neptunes to Lex Luger creating tracks that range from piano-laden R&B to Southern hip-hop, and guests like Rihanna, Nicki Manaj, Rick Ross, the Weeknd and Lil Wayne rolling through to liven things up. Drake is still the same lovably conflicted dude, and that's part of what makes Take Care – which leaked over the weekend – compelling,” reports Rolling Stone.
Two songs off the album, “Take Care” featuring Rihanna and “Lord Knows” featuring Rick Ross hit the net Sunday night.
The LP was recorded mostly in Canada with Drizzy's right-hand producer Noah "40" Shebib, and is a deliberate toast to the Young Money rapper’s town.
"That's one of the biggest stories behind this album, it's either my way or we're not doing it — in everything," Drake told MTV News back in October. "Every photo shoot, every video, every step I'm taking I feel like I've earned the right to do it my way, so part of doing it my way I want you to see who I am really around."