During their recent visit to BBC Radio 1
During last week’s Google Music’s launch show, Drake discussed the inspiration behind Take Care, which he says Weezy did not hear until it hit retail, Rihanna, wise words from Kendrick Lamar and more.
If we talkin’ bout the numbers, it’s lookin’ like roughly 659,190 copies. As of tomorrow, Drake will return to the top of the Billboard charts. If the number holds up, Take Care becomes the second highest solo rap debut this year. Official tally in the morning. UPDATE: Final number via SoundScan: 631,466 Digital: 264,845 | CD: 366,621
[vodpod id=Video.15726729&w=540&h=350&fv=] Chelsea Handler had her flirt time with Aubrey on her show moments ago. During their chat, Drizzy recalled meeting Lil Wayne and reiterates that there’s no “penetration contacts” with Nicki. Ha! umd
Oh the peanut gallery is going to have a field day with that headline. Anywho, prior to the release of Take Care, Drake made headlines on the Wall Street Journal. Occupy the feature by clicking the image. ovo
It’s only been less than a week since Take Care has dropped. During his visit to Tampa’s WiLD 94.1′s Last Damn Show, Mr. OVO re-iterates his canned Weezy album and mentions he’s already working on his third album. hhnm via atf
[vodpod id=Video.15717851&w=540&h=350&fv=] This is black hoodie rap. And as Take Care continues to quickly move units, all of Nokia Theatre’s attention was on Drake this evening as he performed the album’s main single. mwp