Where is Drake in the Take Care album cover?

Drake – Take Care (2011) It might not seem like a Toronto-specific album cover for the uninitiated, but this opulent scene was actually shot at Joso’s, one of Drizzy’s favourite restaurants.

Who wrote Drake’s Take Care album?

The photo was reshared on Complex’s social media accounts and received a lot of love from fans, many of whom praised the album as one of Drake’s best projects to date; however, one Instagram user decided to take a jab at the rapper by claiming Take Care was mostly written by Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd.

Did the weeknd write Take Care?

Although Drake said Weeknd only co-wrote a few Take Care tracks, the crooner himself said he gave his fellow Toronto artist half his House of Balloons project for Take Care.

Why did Drake skip the Grammys?

But as Drake started to continue speaking, the Grammys cut to commercial. Drake later called his words “too raw for TV.” A representative for the show said that producers had mistaken a pause in Drake’s speech for the end.

What are the best Drake albums?

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How many albums has Drake sold in total?

With 170 million records sold worldwide, he is among the best-selling music artists in history. Drake has achieved 10 No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 and 9 No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. Billboard hailed him as the “Artist of the 2010s Decade” and the 16th Greatest Artist of all time.

What is the new Drake album?

Drake honored his son Adonis in a new snap on his Instagram story with the rapper confirming he was the father on his 2018 album Scorpion. His photo comes just weeks after the rapper was seen with his son at a Toronto Raptors game in his hometown

What are the best Drake songs?

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