Drake Titles Next Album Take Care, Named One of GQ's Men of the Year

Drake Titles Next Album <i>Take Care</i>, Named One of <i>GQ</i>'s Men of the Year
Toronto, ON-bred rap megastar Drake has been named one of GQ's Men of the Year. Drake joins Jeff Bridges, Stephen Colbert and James Franco on the list, while Scarlett Johansson was named "Babe of the Year." Drake's official title in the magazine was "Breakout of the Year." Last year, he also made the cut, joining Kid Cudi and Wale as "Gangsta Killas of the Year."

Meaningless titles aside, Drake also shared an intimate detail with the men's rag. They didn't get him scantily clad in the halls of Degrassi High, as they're wont to do, but they did find out that his sophomore album will be called Take Care. While that's the only information he revealed, the album is expected for release in 2011. As reported earlier this year, the album was previously called Moments and is said to feature production from Noah "40" Shebib, Boi-1da and 9th Wonder.

Based on the endlessly frustrating wait we endured for Thank Me Later, we're expecting the album to take a little longer than Drake thinks. After all, he hasn't even dropped his long-awaited R&B mixtape, It's Never Enough.