Drake’s New Single Named, More Album Songs Detailed
Earlier this week, Toronto rap star Drake revealed he was mixing a single set to appear on his sophomore album, 'Take Care,' and now the name of the track has been unveiled.
After hearing the goal-oriented 'Dreams Money Can Buy' and the gloomy 'Marvin's Room,' the Young Money signee will now bring 'Headlines,' the title of his next single, to rap fans. Drake took to his Twitter account and posted the lone word on Monday (July 18).
As for what else is to come on his forthcoming LP, Rolling Stone had the opportunity to preview a selection of tracks. Three tracks were highlighted by the publication, one supported by Drizzy's boss, Lil Wayne.
'Shot for Me' is reportedly set to be the album opener, and is produced by his longtime production collaborator Noah "40" Shebib. Rick Ross lends his signature grunts to 'Free Spirit,' while Weezy guests on the piano-laden 'The Real Her.'
Drake revealed he may collaborate with Abel Tesfaye, known as the Weeknd, as well as DJ Premier, Florence and the Machine's Florence Welch, and the xx's Jamie Smith.
'Take Care' is set for an October 24 release.
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