Drake Announces ‘Take Care’ Out October 24

Posted on September 4, 2011 by

Drake took to Twitter to annouce his next album Take Care will be out October 24th.

Drake spoke to Entertainment Weekly, where he opened up about his team for this new album.

“There are about three or four major opinions that I respect. Obviously, the main one would be [engineer and producer] 40 (Noah Shebib). He’s worked with me every single night I’ve set foot in the studio since Comeback Season. He knows what I’m capable of and he’s not afraid to say “You can do that better” or “That’s it” or “I know you can write a better verse than that.” And Oliver El-Khatib, who has progressed from my friend who just used to advise me on how to dress to a guy who came up with the artwork for So Far Gone to, since he’s such a creative brain, that he’s become one of my managers. Then my DJ Future the Prince has a great ear for music. And probably the most important person in the equation is Hush, who is a friend of mine who grew up rapping in Toronto and he’s present every night. If anyone knows what I’m capable of, it’s Hush. We love rap the same way and we have the same exact ear. So I know he’s hearing what I’m hearing. I never take criticism personally from anyone. I love feedback, but especially when it comes to Hush. He understands rap probably better than anyone else I mentioned. And he’s a close friend of mine.”


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One response to “Drake Announces ‘Take Care’ Out October 24”

  1. Emmapnkotb says:

    yesss, can’t wait for this. it’s going to be awesome.  <3 Drake.


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