"Headlines" displays a self-assured singer.
Drake released the first official single off his sophomore album "Take Care" Sunday morning right before he took the stage in Toronto, Canada while he was in his hometown to perform at the OVO Music Festival.
In "Headlines," a track produced by Boi-1da and Noah "40" Shebib, the self-assured singer begins by claiming that "I might be too strung out on compliments, overdosed on confidence/ Started not to give a f--k, and stopped fearing the consequence."
And to those who criticized the Young Money artist's propensity to sing more than rap in previous tracks, he says, "Soap opera rappers, all these n----s sound like 'All My Children'/ And that’s who you thinkin' is 'bout to come and make a killin'?/ I guess it really is just me, myself and all my millions."
Tell us, have you heard "Headlines?" If so, what do you think of the single?