Drake just refuses to stop working. It's only been one week since he dropped his sophomore record 'Take Care,' yet the rapper says he's already started work on album number three.

"Nov. 15, I just turn the page over. So now it's a new day," he told WILD 94.1 in Tampa. "I started writing the intro to my next project last night. I found the sample and I started piecing together the story of where I'm at in my life."

Drake spoke about the possibility of recording a double-album, with one harder rap side and one side focusing on slower R&B elements. He said he's open to the idea but generally doesn't think that double-albums end up being successful, citing Notorious B.I.G.'s 'Life After Death' as a rare exception.

Drizzy answered honestly when asked about whether he'll record another mixtape. He called the mixtape format "a great outlet to get started, a great outlet when you're hungry, a great outlet when you're undiscovered," but said he considers himself too established to go that route. He also downplayed the idea of doing a collaborative album with Lil Wayne, because he felt too many people would buy into the negative hype that would surround such a project.

You can listen to the entire interview at All Things Fresh.