Young Money's golden boy Drake had a huge hit with "Take Care," which didn't fall victim to the "sophomore slump" that some standout artists succumb to.
Drake spilled his soul on"Marvin's Room," which garnered emotional impact for allegedly mirroring his relationship with Rihanna while she was still with Chris Brown. However, Drake showed that he wasn't one to be stepped on as he proclaims he's "The realest is on the rise, fu*k them other guys" on "Headlines."
Debuting at number 1 on the Billboard charts, the album sold an impressive 631,000 units in the first week. As of December 25, 2011, the album has sold 1,175,000 copies in the United States.