New York: Despite the success of his hit debut album ‘Thank Me Later,’ rapper Drake feels the record never showed his best work. The follow-up ‘Take Care,’ available in stores and online Tuesday, is another story.The 25-year-old rapper-singer, born Aubrey Drake Graham in Toronto, Canada rose to stardom under the tutelage of rapper Lil Wayne, who signed Drake to his Young Money record label in 2009, and ‘Take Care’ tells of his rocket ride to rap stardom.Drake had released three, free mixtapes online including 2009`s ‘So Far Gone’ before ‘Thank Me Later’ hit record stores and websites and went on to become the third best-selling U.S. album of 2010. He told Reuters that the transition from making free music for the Web to the regimented market of album sales proved very difficult.
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