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Drake Addresses ‘Take Care’ Album Leak

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Uh-oh! It looks like Drake‘s ‘Take Care’ album has sprung a leak. Although the collection is due in stores on Nov. 15, the set hit the Internet on Sunday (Nov. 6) starting with the title track featuring Rihanna. Leaks are commonplace in the digital world, much to the chagrin of the artists and record labels.

Surprisingly, Drake seems unfazed by it all, although we are quite sure he is disappointed. “I am not sure if the album leaked,” he tweeted. “But if it did thank god it doesn’t happen a month early anymore.” He then added, “Listen, enjoy it, buy it if you like it…and take care until next time.”

According to Boombox, not all the songs are readily available. However, some of the bootlegged tracks from the collection include the Lil Wayne-assisted ‘HYFR’ (Hell Ya F—in’ Right), ‘Doing it Wrong’ (Featuring Stevie Wonder), Crew Love’ (featuring The Weeknd) and others.

No word if Drake is going to formally release ‘Take Care’ ahead of its Nov. 15 release date.

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