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June 11, 2011  | by: Jasmina Cuevas

Drake

While next week will be a year since Drake released his hit album, “Thank Me Later,” the anticipation for his new album has everyone on their toes. Yes, he has kept us all distracted with his features on other singles, but nothing is as good as a whole album of Drake’s hits.

In the last few months, Drake has released a few singles to keep his fans occupied. The singles include “Dreams Money Can Buy” and the newest one, “Marvin’s Room.” The singles are all part of what Drake calls “pieces of his story” and can be found on the OVO Website. Along with releasing a few new singles, Drake has joined artists like Rihanna, J. Cole and Lil’ Wayne on tour. He also will be hosting a show of his own in Toronto late July featuring The Weeknd and Rick Ross.

As everyone can see, Drake has been keeping real busy, but fans have been wondering if it’s on his own work or others. Drake has made it very clear that he is dedicating all of his time to his second album, “Take Care,” and he is working hard to make it good for his fans. Drake has announced that the album will be released in October and though that is months away, it will be well worth it. And from all the hot singles that Drake has been putting out, his fans and I agree that October can’t come fast enough!

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