Drake’s “Take Care” Spends Over 250 Weeks on Billboard 200!

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Even without releasing any new heat, Drake’s presence continues to be felt throughout the charts.

This week, his 2011 sophomore album, Take Care, has surpassed a monumental 250 weeks on the Billboard 200. The album that swept the nation with hits like “Headlines,” “Crew Love,” “Marvin’s Room, “Make Me Proud,” and more comes in at No. 105 in its 251st week!

If that is not enough, the 6 God continues to body the Billboard 200 with two other albums still dominating the charts. This year’s More Life comes in at No. 56 in its 40th week, while Views sits at No. 88 in its 86th week.

Drake has already hinted at a new album coming in the New Year. Will this project be a sequel to the 2011 classic? While no one is sure, Drake definitely played some mind games, as he posted a picture on Instagram that emulated the vibes of Take Care.

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During the summer, Drake disclosed that this new album will be crafted in his hometown of Toronto. Drizzy has also called on  London On Da Track and Pi’erre Bourne to assist with the project’s production.