I'm on my third spin and it's an album worthy of the discussion and, somehow, the immense hype. The production stands out first — "Take Care" is sonically dynamic, full of skittering patterns, less-mined routes, soul and even a "Back That Azz Up" flip that nods to his boss, Lil Wayne, and the record label he represents. Each feature (from Kendrick Lamar to Andre 3000 to Rick Ross to Weezy) feels necessary. To Drake's credit, he never allows "Take Care" to fall back on generic rap album tropes. Most of the songs balance boasts with girl-talk, self-doubt, survival and paranoia so well that it's impossible to peg them to a single theme or to trap them in a box. It works to his benefit every time.