Video: Drake Speaks To Billboard About His Take Care Album

August 3, 2011 by Danny M

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Billboard recently spoke with Drake about his Take Care album after his OVO Festival on July 31st. Drizzy says that his “Headlines” single is by no means the best song on the album, and that his album will probably have a total of 18 tracks on.

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9 Responses to “Video: Drake Speaks To Billboard About His Take Care Album”

  1. GKay Says:

    18 tracks… Good length.. Too man artists coming out with just 10 songs these days

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  2. SabaaKG Says:

    Video cannot he played on mobile (I’m on an iPod Touch 4th generation running iOS 4.3.3)…
    Anyways, I can’t wait till this album comes out!

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  3. Tim Says:

    Does work on my mobile phone (Android Gingerbread)
    Take Care is gonna be a great album!

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  4. Alexman Says:

    Not as good as C4 but going to have that fall Vibe Excited!!

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  5. chuck Says:

    @ danny M >>>>>>>>>>> lil chuckee rollin http://hulkshare.com/24qgd4xu65r7

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  6. Jayy Says:

    I definately got the messaged and loved it! Got me even more excited for the album to drop

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