Drake‘s famed “best album” turned 10 on Monday. Time surely flies when we’re enjoying good music. The Toronto rapper took to his Instagram to give “Take Care” the appreciation it deserves.
In a trip down memory lane Drizzy shared a collection of throwback photos. Including intimate video tapes of him in the studio, some magazine covers and a copy of the album’s track list-in-progress scribbled on a notepad.
Of course He didn’t forget to thank the people who made “Take Care” possible. Despite the long standing beef with Kendrick Lamar, 6 God not only posted a promotional poster for his 2012 Club Paradise Tour that featured then-newbie Kendrick Lamar and A$AP Rocky as special guests but he also put up a throwback photo with Lamar on his story. Drake also shared a Club Paradise Tour t-shirt adorned with the faces of J. Cole, Meek Mill, French Montana and Waka Flocka Flame, all of whom performed on the blockbuster North American tour.
Seeing Champagne Papi show love to Lamar warmed our hearts while naturally, leading to questions about a long-awaited reunion. Rapper IDK jumped in with the burning question, “Is there a song with Drake Kendrick and Cole? If not why? Needs the happen.”
Take Care has sold over six million copies in the U.S. since its 2011 release, making it Drake‘s best-selling album tied with 2016’s Views, which is also 6x platinum. Drizzy’s latest album Certified Lover Boy, has broken streaming and Billboard chart records left and right. Much to celebrate about but Drake is keeping it low amid Astroworld tragedy.