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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Thank Me Later...Tracklisting

With the year's most anticipated album drawing near its release date (June 15th), the tracklisting along with the production credits have been released.  In regards to the content of the album, Drake recently told  Entertainment Weekly

 “I didn’t make this album for commercial purposes. A lot of the verses are extremely long. I just made it to share with people. I hope they can enjoy.” 

With that said, my anticipation has increased.

1. Fireworks (feat. Alicia Keys) (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib)
2. Karaoke (Produced by Francis and the Lights)
3. The Resistance (Produced by 40)
4. Over (Produced by Boi-1da & Al-Khaaliq)
5. Show Me A Good Time (Produced by Kanye West)
6. Up All Night (feat. Nicki Minaj) (Produced by Boi-1da)
7. Fancy (feat. T.I. & Swizz Beatz) (Produced by Swizz Beatz)
8. Shut It Down (feat. The Dream) (Produced by 40 & Omen)
9. Unforgettable (feat. Young Jeezy) (Produced by 40 & Boi-1da)
10. Light Up (feat. Jay-Z) (Produced by 40 & Tone Mason)
11. Miss Me (feat. Lil Wayne) (Produced by Boi-1da & 40)
12. Cece’s Interlude (Produced by 40)
13. Find Your Love (Produced by Kanye West)
14. Thank Me Now (Produced by Timbaland)

Props to Nahright, Rap-Up, and Karla

From the looks of it, the album features a load of top-tier special guests.  What happened to a debut album consisting of just the debut artist?  The formula of such an album is usually kept humble, without gigantic features.  However, it is quite evident and somewhat understanding in Drake's case I mean after all check out his musical resume.  After the many success and early accomplishments Drake clearly isn't anymore a debut artist.  I guess that makes So Far Gone the actual debut right? But with features from almost everyone who's everyone in the music business who'll be on the next albums? The ghost of B.I.G. & 'Pac?

Thank Me Later, June 15th

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