Although his debut "Thank Me Later" album hasn't even racked up it's first week sales yet, Drake is already talking about a title for his second project. "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 a game of moments. I'm the moment right now."
In related news, UGK's own Bun B recently agreed with T.I. who said that Drake's debut "Thank me Later" album will sell at least 500,000 copies in it's first week of sales. "It's an incredible album," Bun, who was featured on Drake's acclaimed So Far Gone, said in an interview. "It's gonna be a multiplatinum album. First of all, let that be understood: it's gonna be a number one album in several countries across the world. If he does less than 500,000 in the first week, somebody dropped the ball at Universal [Music]."
T.I. – Speaks On Drakes Thank Me Later Album