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Official Tracklisting of Drake's 'Thank Me Later'

May 21, 2010 (6:53 am) GMT
The June 15 release is confirmed to contain 14 new songs with Nicki Minaj, Jay-Z and Lil Wayne as featured guests.

has selected fourteen songs for his soon-to-be-released debut album "". , , , , , , and are lined up as his featured guests.

"Over" and "Find Your Love" have been out for radio request and digital purchase. As for the third single, "Miss Me" which has Weezy on the hook will be released this summer. "It's a song about being away from what you love and hoping that when you're gone, doing you, somebody out there misses you. It goes for Wayne in his situation and it goes for me in my situation, 'cause I'm on the road for I don't how long right now," he told MTV about what the song is about.

"Thank Me Later" is due in the United States on June 15. In support of the upcoming release, Drake is traveling across North America, Canada and Europe for a number of live concerts. The rapper will soon be seen performing in Tennessee on May 23 and North Carolina two days later. He will stay on the road until late July.

  1. "Fireworks" featuring
  2. "Karaoke"
  3. "The Resistance"
  4. "Over"
  5. "Show Me a Good Time"
  6. "Up All Night" featuring
  7. "Fancy" featuring and
  8. "Shut It Down" featuring
  9. "Unforgettable" featuring
  10. "Light Up" featuring
  11. "Miss Me" featuring
  12. "Cece's Interlude"
  13. "Find Your Love"
  14. "Thank Me Now"

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