Drake's upcoming debut album, "Thank Me Later" album, has finally got a release date and it will reportedly hit stores on May 25th. According to multiple reorts, including one of ours, Drake will head across the states on his fist solo tour called "The Away From Home Tour" shows kicking off on April 9th in PA and ending in Houston on May 20th, just a few days before the album is dropped.
Universal Music, who has a deal with Cash Money/Young Money to
distribute their music, recently previewed a part of Drake's
upcoming "Thank Me Later" debut album. The preview shows
that the album will feature production from Kanye West, Timbaland and
other top producers plus the write up shows that Drake has
snagged Dr Dre and Eminem for his album.
According to the report, a track ("Fireworks") features a hook from
Kings of Leon while another Kanye West-produced track on the
album that features some history. It was made by Kanye for
Beyonce, but Drake really wanted it so he wrote her a
handwritten letter asking if he could use it which Beyonce read
thought it was sweet and e-mailed him to give her permission. The Jay-Z/Drake
track has a Jay-Z verse which Drake claims it is the
greatest verse Jay's ever done. According to other reports, this
Saturday Drake will be in L.A. doing a track with Dr. Dre and Eminem.
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