Jay Critch Celebrates Drake’s “Take Care” Anniversary With “Headlines” Remix

Jay Critch unloads a remix of “Headlines” on the 10-year anniversary of “Take Care.”

BYAron A.
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Drake might go down as one of the biggest rappers to ever live but there's often debate on whether he's ever delivered a classic album. After a full decade passed, it's safe to say that he does. Take Care dropped 10 years ago today and its influence on both rap and R&B is still heard today.

In celebration of the milestone anniversary, Jay Critch slid through with a remix to the album's lead single, "Headlines." The rapper's rendition of the record samples the latter half off the record while Critch's voice is slathered in auto-tune, detailing his rise in the game. "I was out here just trying to finesse shit/ ow the city treating me like a president," he raps with the auto-tune cut back.

Check out Critch's remix below and read our retrospective review on Drake's sophomore album here.

Quotable Lyrics 
The way I'm movin' with this money make them forget I started off broke
Oh you think shit funny? My shooters not good at telling jokes
When I lost, they gon' say I swear, n***a heart turned ice cold
Ridin' through the town, bumpin' Pop Smoke 


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