Take Care is the sophomore studio album by Toronto, Canada hip hop artist Drake, released on November 15, 2011 through Cash Money Records. Buried Alive and Good Ones Go are hidden interludes that appear at the end of Marvins Room and Cameras, respectively, while The Motto and Hate Sleeping Alone are deluxe bonus tracks (there is no deluxe album cover).
Backed by lush and moody beats, Take Care finds him putting his talents to use on his strongest set of songs so fa. With his penchant for poetic over-sharing, Drake is an apt avatar for the era of reality television and 24-hour self-documentation. Backed by lush and moody beats, Take Care finds him putting his talents to use on his strongest set of songs so far. In 1976, Marvin Gaye holed up in his Hollywood studio and began recording Here, My Dear, a brutally candid album-length dissection of his divorce from wife Anna Gordy. The soul great found beauty within the wreckage, and the album doubled as an emotional exorcism that pushed out pain, anger, regret, spite, vengeance
Take Care" is the title track from Canadian rapper Drake's 2011 studio album of the same name. The song features guest vocals from Barbadian singer Rihanna. The song heavily samples Jamie xx's remix of Gil Scott-Heron's version of "I'll Take Care of You", written by Brook Benton. Take Care" was released as the fifth single from the album on February 21, 2012. It is a club song about a couple in a relationship acknowledging they have been hurt in their past, but will look after one another.
After the huge commercial and artistic success of his last album, Thank Me Later, Drake threatened/promised that his next album would be a straight-up R&B record that forsook rapping for vocals. The plan fell through, but his 2011 album Take Care has the feel of a late-night R&B album, full of slow tempos, muted textures, impassioned crooning, and an introspective tone that is only rarely punctured by aggressive tracks, boasts, and/or come-ons
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Take Care is the second studio album by Canadian rapper Drake. It was released on November 15, 2011, by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Republic Records. Prior to the album, Drake released Thank Me Later, which experienced strong commercial success, but left the rapper feeling disjointed about the album's musical content. Expressing a desire to reunite with 40, his long-time producer who featured in parts on Thank Me Later, the duo worked extensively on Take Care once recording sessions began in 2010.
Drake's sophomore studio album, "Take Care," is as much for his fans as it is for him. The 25-year-old Toronto native took his time and care - no pun intended - to craft a project that best showcases his life behind the lens. Drake brought along only close friends and family (from Noah "40" Shebib and The Weeknd, to hometown talent Divine Brown) for this ride, and bared his soul, for better or worse. So Far Gone" (2009) - Drake's mixtape turned Grammy nominated retail album - introduced us to the "Degrassi" actor turned rapper.