If you’ve been waiting patiently for Drake’s sophomore studio album, Take Care, to hit the shelves on November 15, well — you really don’t have to wait any longer. Fortunately for us, and unfortunately for him, the much anticipated project has leaked onto the internet as of this week.
While the barrage of downloads only feature 16 of the 19 total tracks, quite frankly — that’s not even a thought, as fans have rushed to download the album before the files are soon to be deleted, most of which already have.
So as we are less than a week away from the official drop, chances are, you can still find a proper download somewhere, if you’re willing to spend an annoying amount of time in front of your computer screen doing a little detective work.
Drake, however, got wind of the leak roughly the day after it happened and took to his Twitter in saying this:
“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.”
Quite the mature response from the 25-year old, as the past has shown kindly to projects that have prematurely leaked online. So while this may hurt the Canadian emcee’s sales, it should only be marginal.
Best of luck to Aubrey.
PS — the album is really, really good. Take care.Tags: drake, Take Care