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Drake’s ‘Take Care’ becomes the third-longest charting Hip Hop album on Billboard 200 Chart


Drake's ‘Take Care' has now spent 500 weeks on Billboard 200

Drake's sophomore album Take Care is currently sitting at No. 67 on 200, marking its 500th week on the chart. In the longest charting albums class, the project comes behind 's Curtain Call: The Hits, and 's good kid, m.A.A.d city which have spent 599 and 518 weeks on the chart respectively.

Drizzy unleashed the album in 2011 as a follow up to his debut release, Thank Me Later. The project shot atop Billboard 200 after earning 631,000 sales in the first week.

The critically-acclaimed record featured , , Kendrick Lamar, , , , , and André 3000. RIAA has since certified the album 6x platinum in the US.

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