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November 08, 2011  | by: Jaira Keys

Drake

At the beginning of October, Drake announced he would be pushing back the original release date of his sophomore album from October 24 to November 15. Unfortunately, while fans were anticipating the release, his album, Take Care, leaked on the internet.

While this may not be the best situation for an artist who is anticipating to sell millions of records, Drake has chosen to view the glass as half full. The album release date in only a week away and early listening may encourage others to go out and purchase the album.

Drake address the possibility of leaked material on Twitter by saying:

The question now is will fans will enjoy the leaked version of the album or will they actually want to go out and buy it? I can’t wait to get my hands on a physical copy of this CD!

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