Drake’s sophomore album ‘Take Care’ has been charting for nearly six years

KC Orcutt

 // Dec 29, 2017

As 2017 comes to a close, many of us are reflecting on how we spent the past twelve months and setting goals for the new year ahead.

Drake, on the other hand, is celebrating a monumental achievement that just might have everyone else second-guessing the magnitude of what they accomplished this year.

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As pointed out by Hypebeast, the 6 God's Take Care album has officially be charting on the Billboard 200 for nearly six years now.

The 2011 project, which doubles as Drake's sophomore effort, is currently sitting comfortably in the 105 slot, with this week marking its 250th week appearing on the charts.

In addition to spending close to six years on the charts, Drizzy's More Life project was Apple Music's most streamed album of 2017, an achievement that adds to the Toronto native's ever-growing list of impressive accolades.

While Drake chose not to submit his latest release for 2018 Grammy consideration, the longevity of his success certainly is indisputable. Cheers to you, sir!

Revisit Drake's Take Care below.

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