Drizzy tries not to be the bad guy in this break-up song, with help from Stevie Wonder’s understated harmonica.
Drake slows things down a little (a lot) on the beginning of “Take Care”s draggiest stretch.
References to Michael Jordan, Snoopy and Mrs. Fields? Yep, Drizzy’s got it.
Have we really made it nine tracks deep into “Take Care” before our first Nicki Minaj sighting?
Drake sheds his insecurities and makes a direct move for the ladies.
Drake pays lyrical tribute to Lil Wayne on this “She Will”-like banger, a sure choice for a future “Take Care” single.
Drizzy’s drunken phone call takes on new meaning with the addition of a Kendrick Lamar-assisted interlude.
Fellow megastar and ex-flame Rihanna helps out on the album’s stellar title track.
The Weeknd makes his grand entrance with an understated yet complex clique anthem.
The lead single from “Take Care” has grown on us, and sounds better in the context of the album.
Next up in our track-by-track reviews: Drizzy isn’t the only one who drinks too much these days.
The first in our 17—yes, 17—track-by-track reviews for Drake’s just-leaked “Take Care.”
The Young Money signee's new single is overshadowed by appearances from two of the label's Big Three.
Yet Another Lil Wayne Verse, except this one’s kind of decent.
Dance breakout act dredges up mouldering old hit, adds new lyrics, calls it "Jello." The results are exactly what you'd expect.