With Drake's sophomore albumTake Care bowing at #1 on the Billboard 200 on yesterday (November 22nd), fans of the Toronto rapper rejoiced at his latest commercial success. But Young Money head Lil Wayne seemed to take the news in stride.
He told MTV that the camp isn't preoccupied with meeting anyone's expectations.
"As far as expectations, we don't have those around here," Wayne said. "Expectations are a weakness in the music business because if you expect anything, 10 times out of 10 it's not gonna happen, so we don't have expectations around here," Weezy said in an interview. "What we do expect is -- to work very hard and we expect people to respect our hard work and our effort. ... Now as far going to buy the album, as far as going to get 750,000 copies, that's never a problem with us; that's never important to us."