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August 02, 2011  | by: Virginia Van de Wall
Drake

Drake

 

Drizzy has been tempting fans for the past couple months with which song off his new album, “Take Care,” would be the first single. In June, Drake teased fans with the his new songs, “Marvin’s Room” and “Trust Issues.” Whether or not the tracks will be featured on his album is still unknown. While both songs prove that the rapper is better than ever, his official single, “Headlines,” is what we’ve all been waiting for.

Sunday morning, Drizzy posted the new song on the October’s Very Own website following it up with a performance at the 2nd annual “October’s Very Own Festival (aka “OVO Festival”). The beat behind “Headlines” is steady as Drake raps about his accomplishments and money. In the first verse of the song, the 24-year-old tells it how it is with, “And they say that i’m back, i’d agree with that. I just take my time with all this shit I still believe in that ”

It’s been over a year since the rapper’s last album “Thank Me Later” and I cannot wait for the release of “Take Care.” The “Find Your Love” singer’s newest album will hit stores October 21. Until then, we can keep “Headlines” on repeat and hope for the release of another song.

Listen to “Headlines” below:

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