Young Money‘s Drake has publicly thanked his fans for their support as his Thank Me Later debut looks to dominate Nielsen SoundScan tomorrow.
Writing via Twitter, Drizzy also gave some words of encouragement.
“Thank you for the support…thank you for the memories…thank me later.”
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” (Drake’s Twitter)
Estimates show Drake’s long-awaited debut topping the sales chart tomorrow.
Canadian hip-hop phenom Drake’s proper Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown debut, Thank Me Later, debuts at #1 on this week’s HITS album chart with 463k, the third-highest total of the year after Sade and Lady Antebellum. (Hits Daily Double)
Despite his album leaking last month, Drake recently said he was not concerned of its impact.
“I always said if I had put out an album that was poor quality andmusic that people didn’t enjoy, then I think the leaks would hurt me,” Drake said in an interview. “Because a lot of the feedback has been great. The word of mouth, music is something that is to be enjoyed. I think it can help me so, June 15th, I’m still confident.” (The Life Files)
He is already contemplating a Thank Me Later follow-up.
Drake’s debut album hasn’t even hit stores yet, but he’s already thinking of a second album title. Moments is the name he’s been tossing around for his sophomore effort, reports the Los Angeles Times. While nothing has been set in stone, he explained the reasoning behind the title. “Hip-hop is all about moments,” said the 23-year-old rapper. “You look at people who were hot three or four years ago who are sitting around reminiscing. It’s fickle. It’s agame of moments. I’m the moment right now.” (Rap-Up)
Check out a recent Drake interview below: