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June 28, 2011  | by: Jasmina Cuevas


It seems as if artists can’t do anything for their fans without getting some backlash about it. And unfortunately Drake has become the most recent artist dealing with this. Recently releasing news that his album, “Take Care,” won’t drop till October, Drake has been keeping us entertained with some fresh singles. Apparently, that has not sat well with Universal Motown Records.

In the past few weeks, Drake has released the singles “Marvin’s Room,” “Trust Issues” and a few more for his fans to jam to. However, the songs only lasted a few weeks on his website. Universal Motown Records, Drake’s parent label, took it into their own hands to remove Drake’s singles off the site. And of course, Drake was pissed about it and he took to his Twitter to speak up. “Universal needs to stop taking my fucking songs down. I am doing this for the people not for your label,” tweeted the Young Money artist.

Since Drake’s album isn’t releasing for a few months, it looks like Universal is going to have to compromise. Otherwise, they might just have a problem on their hands.

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