Nearly one year after releasing his debut album 'Thank Me Later,' Drake announced today on his blog that the follow-up, 'Take Care,' will drop on Oct. 24.

The Canadian rapper also said that an official single will be coming in July. Drake has already confirmed that one track on the album will be his ode to women and fame, 'Dreams Money Can Buy,' which he called "just a piece of my story."

Other tracks on the record will include 'Marvin's Room,' which Drake made available for download today, and a song called 'The Ride,' which features fellow Toronto R&B artist The Weekend.

Following up 'Thank Me Later' could be a tall order, considering that record debuted at No. 1, earned Drake a Best New Artist Grammy nomination and produced hits 'Find Your Love,' 'Over,' 'Miss Me' and 'Fancy.'

While fans await the release of 'Take Care,' they can watch Drake's appearance on the animated series 'The Lebrons' and listen to his guest spot on the DJ Khaled song 'I'm On One.'

Watch Drake's 'Find Your Love' Video