Listen: Drake, “Headlines”

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Drake's already released a handful of tracks this summer, though it's been unclear as to whether "Trust Issues," "Dreams Money Can Buy," or "Marvin's Room" will end up making the cut for his second album, Take Care.

"Headlines," though, which was posted to Drake's October's Very Own blog last night and features production by longtime collaborators Noah "40" Shebib and Matthew "Boi-1da" Samuels, is reportedly the album's lead single.

"Headlines" dropped Sunday night, after the Young Money superstar performed at his own weekend-long OVO Festival in Toronto alongside Rick Ross and the Weeknd, among others.

Drake also spoke Sunday night night about Stevie Wonder's involvement with the new album, telling Canadian cable network MuchMusic that the two had worked together on six songs for Take Care, which is due out on Oct. 24 -- Drake's birthday.

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