Drake releases her new album, Take Care, in which he sails between classical and rap lyrics sung. Chronique.Drake is a rapper, but not that ... Indeed, in his album Take Care; he juggles two fiscal years, from singing to rap with intelligence, ease and efficiency. The Canadians have fun in a style that could be described as urban crooner. He plays the card of rapper lover cooing with Rihanna (Take Care), it is distinguished by rapping on a single line of piano on which he rests his flow, his words dark and sharp pen like Look What You've Done or Over My Dead Body.
Other pieces are more like rhythmic Lord Knows and Make me Proud, calibrated to a tube on which Nicki Minaj occurs.
This new album of Drake differs from other hip-hop productions. Where some producers rely on mainstream, the Canadians made the walk to The Weekend. The group thus brings under Crew Love touch a little new-wave is not unpleasant. If the title stands out, however, it could suggest a song straight out of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy by Kanye West. As West, Drake chose a much more hip-hop pop, probably with a view to opening up to the greatest number.
Take Care is a classy album, no big flashy tubes, but listen to an album in one sitting.