- CD de audio (15 de noviembre de 2011)
- Parental Advisory, Deluxe ed. edición
- Número de discos: 1
- Formato: Audiolibro, CD, Importación
- Sello: Drake (Cash Money)
- ASIN: B005JLN9ZI
- Disponible también en: CD de audio | Disco de vinilo | Música MP3
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº15.556 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
Take Care Audiolibro, CD, Importación
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“Take Care” es el segundo trabajo del rapero y actor Aubrey Drake Graham (Toronto, Canadá, 24 de octubre de 1986), conocido en el mundo de la música como Drake.
El rapero canadiense comenzó su carrera en el hip hop colaborando en varias mixtapes y publicando otras suyas y poco a poco se hizo un hueco en el underground, respaldado por artistas de la talla de Lil Wayne o Bun B. En 2010, Drake lanzó su primer álbum, contando con las colaboraciones de muchos raperos importantes como Lil.Wayne, Jay-Z, Twista y André 3000. En esta ocasión se rodea nada menos que de los productores DJ Premier, Q-Tip y 9th Wonder.
Lista de canciones:
1. Over My Dead Body
2. Shot For Me
4. Crew Love (feat The Weeknd)
5. Take Care (feat Rihanna)
6. Marvins Room / Buried Alive Interlude
7. Under Ground Kings
8. We'll Be Fine (feat Birdman)
9. Make Me Proud (feat Nicki Minaj)
10. Lord Knows (feat Rick Ross)
11. Cameras / Good Ones Go Interlude
12. Doing It Wrong
13. The Real Her (feat Lil' Wayne & Andre 3000)
14. Look What You've Done
15. HYFR (Hell Ya Fucking Right) (feat Lil. Wayne)
17. The Ride
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Es una buena grabacion, manteniendo la calidad de sus 2 primeros albums y tal vez un punto por encima de ellos.
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Before I've never really been a fan of his soft "not really singing but kind of" voice that he has on a lot of his old stuff. It's not rap and it just didn't appeal to me. But on this album--I'm not really sure whether it's because the music is so much better or if a little light bulb in my head got turned on, but I found myself wanting him to "sing" more than actually rap.
"Crew Love" is just so sic. The chorus has been on repeat in my head for days now. It's a really solid album-but it does lack a little range, so if you don't like the singles--you're not going to like the album. For me though, Drake just picked up a new fan.
And I have to admit that I was surprised. The record is better than I thought it had any real reason to be. Drake is not a particularly good rapper (he is clumsy and his punchlines are rarely memorable) and his singing voice is nothing to write home about. But he does have some sort of charm and a clear vision for how he wants his record to sound and flow. That sort of ambition is nice, especially in an era when putting together an entire album is something of a lost art form. He even creates a few memorable songs in the title track, and "Crew Love", which features the Weeknd. "The Real Her" features some fairly pedestrian singing, but it does have a verse from Andre 3000, and his presence on the mic always lifts everything he's on. And "Lord Knows" has a terrific Just Blaze beat and a terrific guest verse from Rick Ross. So even in an album that is clearly meant to be heard from beginning to end there are some top notch individual moments.
And the production on the record is unified, and excellent throughout. The record has a great sound, perfect for a drive at three 'o' clock in the morning. The beatmakers and producers (most notably Noah "40" Shelib, the records main producer) have done a fantastic job here.
So why the three star rating? Well, again, Drake is not much of a rapper. His flow is clumsy at best and he rarely has anything of real interest to say. Where someone like Kanye can mix the introspective with the humorous and playfulness, Drake is dead serious. He also occasionally tries to play like some gangster, and that pose is entirely phony and comes across as such.
Singing wise he's not much better. His voice warbles, which to some might come across as intimate but to me comes across as just not very good. There is also entirely too much of his singing, especially on the middle section of the record.
And there are many songs that don't work. "Cameras" is boring and drones on for too long. Drake sounds uninterested on "We'll Be Fine", and that feeling certainly rubs off on the listener. Lead off single "Headlights" is false bravado that Drake lacks the skills in really selling. And second single "Marvin's Room" might as well be called "Playa Haters Anthem", as all it is a dude seriously hating for five endless minutes.
So, should you buy "Take Care"? Sure, why not. I can pretty readily admit that this record was not meant for someone of my disposition and musical tastes, especially in hip-hop, but the record surprised me by not being all that bad. I can understand why people who really dig the dude and what he is doing would find this to be a great record. I don't think it is, but if you find yourself wanting a modern commercial rap record, "Take Care" is certainly better than anything Waka Flaka Flame has ever put out.
this review is for the vinyl version which i highly recommend, dead silence where its supposed to be, the low end is a non stop perfect sonic elegance....so smooth and solid. the highs are super smooth and carry drake's voice exactly where it belongs, not the in your face digital farce but smooth and natural, the mastering on this vinyl is beyond perfect, elegant is all i can say. get this before it go's out of print, Drake on vinyl, wow!
I had seen some good reviews on this album though and when I saw the $5 download on Amazon, I got it. I love all the slow, easy listening songs on this album, way better than what's on the radio. I can't pinpoint what exactly about his rapping style that I like but I guess its just smooth and sleek. I also looked up the wikipedia page for the album, so many producers worked on this album and it shows. This is one of the best rap albums of the year, or at least best produced, almost, just almost like a Kanye West album. I feel like I can relate to a lot of what his songs are about.
* Note: The Motto didn't come on the download, so I might just have to download it at an extra cost
- The Ride, I like how he goes in and out of first person / third person. You don't know if he's talking about himself or someone else (at first). I feel that he did this to better explain what he's going through by looking at his life from the outside
- Lord Knows, Rick Ross really makes this a stand out song. It almost sounds like a Kanye song with the choir background singing. I can't get enough of this song. One of the best produced songs on the album.
- Hyfr, Everyone's heard this song. Its just a good party song, when you just want have a good time. The chorus will stay in your head for an entire week Hell Yeah, Hell Yeah Hell Yeah, Effin Right...
One night a post appeared on my Facebook wall that Amazon was offering this album for 25¢, so of course I was like "Well, I'll give it a go!" I have to say that it was a wonderful investment. My perception of Drake's music has changed dramatically after this purchase. I see him now not only as a rapper, but a 'floetrist.' He actually SAYS something within his lyrics. He may sometimes speak of adult situations but he doesn't go over the top with it as many artists do. My favorite songs on this album are "Headlines," "Marvin's Room," and "Hyfr."
Thanks to a GREAT Amazon promotion, Drake got a new fan!