Drake’s new album Take Care was leaked to the Internet last night, the rapper confirmed via Twitter last night (November 6).
“I am not sure if the album leaked. But if it did thank god it doesn’t happen a month early anymore,” Drake tweeted last night.
The album which features the singles “Headlines,” “Marvin’s Room” and the recently released “Make Me Proud” featuring Young Money label mate Nicki Minaj, which is heavily anticipated across the net.
Thousands of copies have been downloaded over the past 24 hours, yet Drake remained cool about the leak on Twitter.
“Listen enjoy it, buy it if you like it…and take care until next time,” Drake tweeted.
Highlights of the leaked LP include the Just Blaze produced song, “Lord Knows” featuring Rick Ross, and the title track, “Take Care” featuring Rihanna.
Take Care is due in stores on November 15.
The same thing happened to Drake’s debut album Thank Me Later, which leaked to the Internet almost 15 days prior to the album’s release date.
It didn’t impact the albums sales, as the release moved over 445,000 copies in the first week and debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart.