Drake “Headlines” again… [Review]

Making headlines, Drizzy released an official single “Headlines” from the upcoming sophomore album “Take Care.” He bounces in and out of the flow of track flawlessly and I’m liking the feel of the upcoming project. The two other unofficial singles that were released prior, “Dreams Money Can Buy” and “Marvin’s Room”, buzzed up the blogs and internet when artists such as JoJo and Chris Brown,to name just a few, did their own renditions of “Marvin’s Room”. “Headlines” is a perfect set up for the release of his 2nd CD, and so far it doesn’t disappoint with verses like:

“And they sayin’ I’m back I agree wit that/I just take my time with this s**t I still believe in that/I had someone tell me that I fell off ooh I needed that/And they wanna see me pick back up where I left off where did I leave it at?”

He confidently says on the hook “They know, they know, they know” and I must agree the fans know what to expect from the MC/Crooner. Drake still has his sound and I’m looking forward to the new album set to release October 2011 just in time for Ocktober’s own MC phenom from way up north. Check it out:

Drake – Headlines


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