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Here’s the thing about Drake. Number one, his musicality is on a consistent climb, and number two, he has a winning personality, making him one of the most marketable and bankable artists in hip-hop right now. Since his debut “Thank Me Later” Drake’s been touring, acting, and doing features on other people’s records, but now, he’s back to work with his sophomore effort “Take Care.”

This new track is supposedly from that new album. “Marvins Room” is like a hip hop version of Lady Antebellum’s smash hit “Need You Now”. It’s a drunk dialer’s anthem, but it’s also really smooth. I’m going to venture a guess that the track was produced by Drake’s partner in crime Noah “40” Shebib, because it sounds like classic 40 material. If this is what we have to look forward to on October 24th when “Take Care” is scheduled to drop, Drake’s got another smash on his hands.

Stream and link below.

DL: Drake – Marvins Room