All the time, fans debate on which one of Drake’s albums is his best. There are different choices thrown out there, such as “Take Care,” or “Nothing Was The Same.” Take Care is a very popular choice, as this project was Drake’s sophomore album, and released back in November 2011.
Take Care debuted at number one, on the Billboard 200 chart, 6x platinum, in the US. It was also led by massive hit singles, such as “Marvins Room,” “Make Me Proud,” ft. Nicki Minaj, “Headlines,” “Crew Love,” ft. The Weeknd, and “The Motto,” ft. Lil Wayne and Tyga.
Take Care is still making a huge impact on the charts today, as well. It has now spent 450 weeks in total, on the Billboard 200 chart. Take Care currently sits at number 88, on the chart. This is also the third most weeks, for a rap album, in history. The only rap albums to have more total weeks than Take Care, are Eminem’s Curtain Call: “The Hits,” with 550 weeks, and Kendrick Lamar’s “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City,” with 468 weeks.
Drake is also fresh off another album, which dropped last month. This was his sixth studio album, “Certified Lover Boy,” which debuted at number one, and spent three consecutive weeks there. It went on to return to the top spot, for the fourth week, this past weekend.