News: Drake Loses His Words, "He Doesn't Even Say Nothing, He Just Goes Ugh! Ugh!"

Monday, Jun 27, 2011 4:20PM

Written by Rosario Harper

Young Money's Drake is in the zone for his upcoming Take Care sophomore album as hitmaker Boi-1da details his fellow Canadian's mindset working on the LP.

According to Boi, their relationship has gotten so good Drake no longer needs actual words to show he's in work mode.

Boi-1da gave us the details on how amazing Drake's new album is going to be, and Drake's reaction to all of the beats he has produced for "Take Care." Boi-1da had this to say about Drake, "He just had the same reaction as always. He just snaps and gets into a zone and starts writing. Sometimes he doesn't even say nothing he just goes, Ugh! Ugh! He gives me a grunt and it's a wrap from there. You just know." (Global Grind)

Last week, Drake announced plans to drop a new single early next month.

"The single's dropping a week-and-a-half, two weeks. It'll be fun. It's going to be a blast," Drake told FADER writer Judnick Mayard. "It's great. I'm really excited about it. Just trying out different things, different sounds, different flows... We're all in a really great place in our lives just as a team, the team's coming together. 40's doing really well. We've got new editions. We have this affiliation with The Weeknd. It's really great. He's on the album a bunch. I'm excited about it just for the people to hear the evolution of the music." (The FADER)

Aside from a new record called "Trust Issues," Drake put out his "Marvin's Room" song earlier this month.

Get excited, Drake fans. According to his website, his sophomore album, Take Care, is due out in October and we should be hearing the first single in July. And if that isn't enough for y'all, he has also come through with a brand-new track called "Marvin's Room." It's far less rap-heavy than "Dreams Money Can Buy" and instead features Drizzy throwing on his R&B sad-man/storyteller hat throughout the nearly six-minute-long track. The result is a pretty epic cut that includes a track-ending piano solo and producer Noah "40" Shebib's trademark watery 808s. A single this is not, but I'll be d*mned if it won't make for a killer deep cut. (Prefix Mag)

He recently revealed a game plan to drop Take Care on his 25th birthday, October 24th.

"Marvins Room: Another piece of the story.Single coming in July. Take Care coming Oct. 24th.Download Here http://bit.ly/kzclvX," Drake re-tweeted from @WelcomeOVO.
"She told me the outro keys are chilling...@chillygonzales" (Drake's Twitter)

Check out a recent Drake interview down below:

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