Without a full track list, the complete list of features on Drake's forthcoming album, Take Care, remains unknown. But in a new Fader magazine profile of Drizzy's confidante and go-to producer, Noah "40" Shebib, one previously unknown big name collaborator is revealed: Andre 3000.
According to 40, Three Stacks called Drake and expressed interest in contributing a verse to Take Care, specifically on a track produced by Shebib. The working title of the track, which 40, Drake and his DJ, Future the Prince, tailored to fit the Outkast rapper's style, was "Good Enough For The Both of Us."
Take Care was recently moved to a November 15 release date. Previously, Drake revealed that Stevie Wonder and The Weeknd collaborated with him on the album.
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