Instead of fuming over the leak of his album like many of his fellow musicians usually do, Drake simply hopes fans love his music and make it soundtrack of this summer.
Drake is not worrying too much when materials from his first upcoming effort "Thank Me Later" were leaked one by one prior to the release date. The Canadian rapper shared his insight about the leaks on his Twitter.
"I gave away free music for years," he wrote, noting that before making a studio album he has made free mixtapes. "So we're good over here...just allow it to be the soundtrack to your summer and ENJOY! JUNE 15th!"
Some songs that have been embraced by music fans over the past few weeks included Drake's duet with Alicia Keys, Jay-Z and Nicki Minaj. His collaboration with T.I. and Swizz Beatz titled "Show Me a Good Time" has also hit the web.
Drake is currently in the middle of his Away From Home tour. In between his hectic schedule on the road, the 23-year-old rapper will perform on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on June 23 and "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on the next day.