You have to feel sorry for Canadian rapper Drake: he bagged the 16th best selling digital album in the US this week, except he didn’t release it. The album – The Girls Love Drake – was released without he, his management or label’s knowledge on iTunes, Rhapsody and Amazon. It featured songs from one of his mixtapes, and was uploaded to the digital music stores by a firm called Canadian Money Entertainment. “This is a straight bootleg, a scandal,” says Drake’s manager Al Branch. One of the problems is that some samples on the tracks haven’t been officially cleared.

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