"Take Care," the second studio album from Canadian rapper Drake, was leaked over the weekend - just over one week before its scheduled release date. REUTERS

Drake predicted the leak of his own album on Sunday, one week before the release of Take Care.

The follow-up to his platinum debut album, Thank Me Later, Take Care features 17 tracks and multiple guests, including Rock Ross, Stevie Wonder, Lil Wayne and Rihanna, who sings on the album's title track.

I am not sure if the album leaked. But if it did thank god it doesn't happen a month early anymore, Drake wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

Listen, enjoy it, buy it if you like it...and take care until next time, the 25-year-old rapper added.

Drake, whose full name is Aubrey Drake Graham, first rose to music fame in 2009, when he began collaborating with Lil Wayne, Omarion and Trey Songz on various mixtapes.

In June 2009, Drake signed with Lil Wayne's record label, Young Money Entertainment. While Thank Me Later wasn't released until almost one year later, the Canadian rapper broke music records, thanks to his singles Best I Ever Had and Every Girl.

Over, Drake's first official single from Thank Me Later, began to storm radio stations and iTunes charts in March 2010, launching an artist that is now highly demanded by the likes of Kanye West, Jay-Z, Eminem and Mary J. Blige.

Thank Me Later has sold more than 1.4 million copies in the US since its June 2010 release.

Since Sunday's leak, Take Care has been trending on Twitter, with hashtags takecare, #lordknows (Drake's collaboration with Rick Ross) and #madeinCanada, referring to Drake's birth country.

Those lucky enough to have access to the Take Care leak have been providing mini reviews of the album on Twitter.

Is it me or every song on Take Care explains something that you've been through? wrote one fan.

Some of the greatest musical compositions have been compacted into a masterpiece. Its worth the wait ....... Nov. 15. Take Care - Buy It, wrote another.

Take Care officially arrives in stores and on iTunes on Nov. 15.

Scroll down to listen to Take Care, Drake's title track with Rihanna, courtesy of YouTube user RoysCrazyBrain.

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