Music fans of one of the biggest music stars are evidently salivating at the thought of a sequel to his 2011 Grammy Award-winning album Take Care.
Drake fueled rumors of a possible Take Care 2 project by posting a simple Instagram photo of him posed similarly to the original Take Care album cover, which featured him dressed in a black sweatsuit with an exposed chest accessorized by a few gold necklaces and an inquisitive look on his face.
Sonically, Take Care has been considered one of Drizzy’s best albums and received extensive amounts of high praises from music critics. Since then, 6 God fans have been lusting after a return to the R&B sound that Take Care delivered thanks to The Weeknd and, of course, Noah “40” Shebib.
The project earned several Top 10 hits, including “Make Me Proud” featuring Nicki Minaj and the Rihanna-assisted “Take Care.” Consequently, the album sold over four million copies and certified double-platinum.
While it’s not confirmed the OVO boss is delivering a Take Care sequel, it looks like if he did, his die hard fans are ready — like now.
The 2017 OVO Fest was an eventful gig as per usual. Not only did Drake brought out on stage everybody from Migos to Cardi B and even Tory Lanez, but also announced he is working on his new album.
Though the details remain punishingly scarce, Drake says in the clip that he has “been making this new album in Toronto just for you” to a crowd that, naturally, goes wild. He additionally promises to return for next year’s OVO Fest “bigger and better” before treating the audience to a mic drop.
Drake’s last album proper Views was released in April 2016. He followed it with playlist project More Life this March and recent standalone single “Signs.”