A few days ago, was the 10-year anniversary, of Drake’s sophomore album, “Take Care.” This is regraded as a Drake classic, and to many, his best album to date. It is 6x platinum in the US, and was led by hits such as “The Motto,” ft. Lil Wayne and Tyga, “Make Me Proud,” ft. Nicki Minaj, and “Take Care,” ft. Rihanna.
Last weekend, Drake’s 2013 “Nothing Was The Same” album, also hit a huge milestone. This was that it has now spent 400 weeks, on the Billboard 200 chart. According to Chart Data, Take Care has now also done the same.
These milestones by NWTS and Take Care, now make Drake the first artist to have multiple studio albums, spend at least 400 weeks each, on the Billboard 200. At the time of their release, both NWTS and Take Care debuted at number one, and are two of Drake’s six consecutive number one albums.
This comes after Drake squashed his three-year-old beef, with Kanye West, last night. He was soon seen on Instagram, partying with Ye and Dave Chappelle.