Drake's plate apparently isn't full enough. Along with working on his sophomore album, Take Care, and a joint effort with Lil Wayne, Drizzy's now hinting at a full-on collaborative project with Rick Ross. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the Toronto native noted that Ross is one of his favorite people to work with.
He added, "Me and him have talked about potentially doing something after our albums come out." Now, it seems kind of unlikely to us that this will actually happen, if only because I would assume that his project with Weezy takes precedence. But we'll see, I guess.
Drake also spoke at length about Take Care, including why he's taking his time with it, which leaks will make the final cut, and how excited he is for us all to hear Stevie Wonder's solo on a track called "Doing It Wrong." As far as the leaks, "Marvin's Room" and "Headlines" will appear on Take Care while "Dreams Money Can Buy" and "Trust Issues" will land on a special "birthday" edition of the album. You see, Oct. 24 is Drake's birthday and it's also the scheduled release date for the record, so there you go.
You can read the full interview here. You can stream "Headlines" below.
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