“Marvins Room” is performed by Canadian rapper Drake and taken from his second studio album “Take Care”. It was released on 9 June, 2011 by Cash Money Records, Young Money Records and Universal Republic. It was produced by Noah “40″ Shebib, and written by A. Eccleston, Drake and N. Shebib. After shipments of 500,000 united in the United States, it was certifed gold by the Recording Industry Association of American (RIAA).
“Marvins Room” received mixed reviews from music critics. NPR’s Ann Powers said that “knocks into the magnetic however risky soul of GAYE, not just his seduction abilities, but his self-doubt, the weakness that done his songs so unique and which ultimately derailed him”. Jayson Greene from “Pitchfork Media” commented that “a sensible remark of exactly what positions him aside. Drake is an expert insinuator, and also both of these tracks have a muted, creeping consciousness nobody more in hip-hop is actually quite prepared to offer”. “PopCrush” reviewed that “Hardly any rappers can handle writing a specific thing with this kind of an expressive result”.
“Marvins Room” ranked at number 7 on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart, at number 21 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart and at number 37 on the UK R&B Singles Chart.
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