Drake to Make "Headlines" on First 'Take Care Single
Drake isn't a stranger to headlines. After causing a viral stir with "Dreams Money Can Buy" and "Marvin's Room," the Young Money spitter is finally ready to give us something official.
The first single off his much anticipated sophomore effort Take Care is called "Headlines" and is set to drop sooner than you expect. Frequent collaborators Matthew "Boi-1da" Samuels and Noah "40" Shebib handle the production for this one.
The winners of ASCAP’s 24th Annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards "Songwriters of the Year" award are responsible for Drizzy's chart-topping hit singles, "Over" and "Miss Me" from his platinum-selling debut album, Thank Me Later.
Earlier this week, Drake called into Green Lantern's Invasion Radio show on SiriusXM's Hip-Hop Nation to tell us that the single was being mixed. Take Care is scheduled for an October 24 release and will feature guest appearances from The Weeknd, with production from Boi-1da, Noah "40" Shebib, T-Minus, and more.