Drake Sets October 24th Release Date For "Take Care”

He also reveals that the offering’s first single will drop in July.

Drake has announced that his upcoming sophomore album Take Care will bow on October 24th, according to a post on his website October’s Very Own. The Toronto, Canada native, who recently released the track “Marvin’s Room” as a warm-up, will release the LP’s first single in July.

“Another piece of the story. Single coming in July. Take Care coming Oct. 24th,” he wrote.

Drizzy has recently worked with a handful of musicians including producer T-Minus, Noah “40” Shebib, the xx’s Jamie Smith, 9th Wonder, The Weeknd and more. It is unclear which collaborations will make the album’s final cut.


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