Drake's much anticipated sophomore album Take Care hit store shelves today, and it looks like Aubrey wants to commemorate its release in style. According to a recent interview with Billboard, Drizzy says that instead of opting for the normal album release party, he's challenging his Young Money partner Lil Wayne to a live sound clash between the two of them.

Taking a cue from Jamaican music culture, Drake is challenging Weezy to a live sound clash competition that will pit the two Young Money stars against one another performing back-to-back songs. Drake even added that Wayne's agreed to the idea, although they have yet to set a definite date for the sound clash.

"I don't want to just do an album release concert. So, me, I go to Jamaica a lot - I love Jamaican culture - so what I'm gonna do, I'm challenging Lil Wayne to a sound clash, that's what I want to do," he said. "I don't want to just perform by myself, so I want Wayne to come out on stage with a mic and I'm gonna have a mic, and we're gonna have both our DJs, and we're gonna battle song-for-song and see who the people love more. And that's how it's gonna go."

He added, "That's something that I'm serious about, he's serious about it too. I already issued the challenge. He's serious about it, he accepted like, 'Man, I'm ready. I'm gonna eat your food.' I'm like, 'Aiight, we'll see.'"

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