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Drake’s Biography

Aubrey Drake Graham popularly known as Drake, was born on the 24th of October, 1986. He is a Canadian rapper, singer, and actor.

He Gained  recognition by starring as Jimmy Brooks in the CTV teen drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation.  Drake pursued a career in music releasing his debut mixtape Room for Improvement in 2006; he subsequently released the mixtapes Comeback Season and So Far Gone  before signing with Young Money Entertainment. He is one of the most popular Rappers currently.


Drake’s Profile Summary

Name: Aubrey Drake Graham

Birth Date: October 24, 1986 (age 36)

Gender: Male

Place of birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Father: Dennis Graham

Mother: Sandra Graham

Nick names: Champagne Papi, Drizzy, 6 God

Nationality: Canada United States

Occupation: Rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, businessman, composer, composer, Voice actor

Years active: 2001–present

Organization: DreamCrew100 Thieves

Children: 1

Son: Andonis

Relatives: Larry Graham (uncle) , Teenie Hodges (uncle)

Genres: Hip hop,  R&B, pop,  trap, pop rap

Labels: OVO,  Sound Republic,  Young Money Cash Money

Website: drakerelated.com

Height: 6 ft (1.83 m)


Early Life and History

Aubrey Drake Graham was born on  October 24, 1986 in Toronto, Canada, To Dennis and Sandi Graham.

Drake’s father Dennis a Catholic African American, worked as a drummer who played with musicians like Jerry Lee Lewis during his career. Drake’s mother Sandra a Ashkenazi Jewish candian, aka Sandi, worked as an English teacher and florist. Drake attended a Jewish day school and had a formal Bar Mitzvah celebration.

Drake developed an interest in music from an early age due to his father’s career as a drummer.

Sandi and Dennis divorced when Drake was five. His father subsequently moved to Memphis where he ultimately ended up being arrested and incarcerated for several years on drug charges.

Drake remained with his mother in Toronto though he would visit his father in Memphis every summer (when his father was not incarcerated).

Drake would later describe Dennis as being absent during his childhood. From sixth grade on, Drake and his mom lived in the bottom half of a two story town home in an affluent suburb called Forest Hill. His mother lived on the street-level floor, Drake lived in the basement.

They were not rich, in fact, money was very tight. While attending Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, Drake found an affinity for acting and singing. He later attended Vaughan Road Academy where he was bullied for his bi-racial and religious background. He dropped out for a time, but did eventually graduate in 2012.

Speaking about his personal identity, Drake says: “At the end of the day, I consider myself a Black man because I’m more immersed in Black culture than any other. Being Jewish is kind of a cool twist. It makes me unique.”

 Career

2001–2009: Career begins

At the age of 15, Drake, eager to begin his career as an actor, was introduced to a high school friend’s father, an acting agent. The agent found Drake a role on the Canadian teen drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation. Drake played the role of Jimmy Brooks, a basketball star who became physically disabled after he was shot by a classmate. His was one of the only black characters in the series. He appeared in a total of 100 episodes between 2001 and 2008.

Early mixtapes

Drake was signed to the  Young money Entertainment music label in 2009 by Lil Wayne, the founder of Young Money Entertainment. He was musically inspired by Jay-Z and Clipse, Drake self-released his debut mixtape, Room for Improvement, in 2006. This  mixtape featured Trey Songz and Lupe Fiasco, and included vast production from Canadian producers Boi-1da and Frank Dukes. In 2007, he released his second mixtape Comeback Season. Released from his recently founded October’s Very Own label, it spawned the single “Replacement Girl” featuring Trey Songz.

The song made Drake become the first unsigned Canadian rapper to have his music video on BET, when “Replacement Girl” was  featured on their “New Joint of the Day” segment in April 2007.

In 2009, He released his third mixtape So Far Gone. It was made available for free download through his OVO blog website. It received over 2,000 downloads in the first 2 hours of release, finding mainstream commercial success from the singles “Best I Ever Had” and “Successful”, both gaining Gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), with the “Best I Ever Had” also peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

This prompted the mixtape’s re-release as an EP, featuring only four songs from the original, as well as the additions of the songs “I’m Goin’ In” and “Fear”. It won the Rap Recording of the Year at the 2010 Juno Awards.

2010–2012: Musical breakthrough

On the 9th of March, 2010, Drake released the debut single “Over”, which peaked at number fourteen on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as topping the Rap Songs chart.

It also received a nomination for Best Rap Solo Performance at the 53rd Grammy Awards. His second single, “Find Your Love”, became an even bigger success. It peaked at number five on the Hot 100, and was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

The third single and fourth singles, “Miss Me” and “Fancy”,  attained moderate commercial success; however, the latter garnered Drake his second nomination at the 53rd Grammy Awards for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. On April 29, it was reportedly announced that Drake had finished Thank Me Later during a show in Kansas City, Missouri.

His Album ”Thank Me Later” was released on June 15, 2010, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 with sales of over 447,000 copies in its first week. The album became the top selling debut album for any artist in 2010, it featured Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Jay Z.

In November 2010, Drake revealed the title of his next studio album will be” Take Care”. His singles “Dreams Money Can Buy” and “Marvins Room” were released on Drake’s October’s Very Own Blog, on May 20 and June 9, 2011 respectively.

Acting as promotional singles for his album Take Care, the former was eventually unincluded on the album’s final track listing, while “Marvins Room” gained Gold certification by the RIAA, as well as peaking at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100, and reaching the top 10 of the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart,

“Headlines” was released on August 9 as the lead single for Take Care. It was met with positive critical and commercial response, reaching number thirteen on the Hot 100, as well as becoming his tenth single to reach the summit of the Billboard Hot Rap Songs, making Drake the artist with the most number-one singles on the chart, with 12 singles.it was eventually certified Platinum in both the United States and Canada. “Make Me Proud” was released as the album’s second single on October 16.”Make Me Proud” soon became Drake’s fourth consecutive single to receive Platinum certification by the RIAA.

The album “Take Care” was released on November 15, 2011, and received generally positive reviews from music critics. It  won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, and achieved great commercial success, eventually being certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA in 2016, with sales for the album marking 2.6 million in the U.S.

2013–2015:

Drake spoke in an interview stating that he had begun working on his third studio album. Revealing his intentions to remain with 40 as the album’s executive producer. Drake had also revealed that the album would stylistically differ from Take Care, departing from the ambient production and despondent lyrics prevalent previously.

In January 2013, Drake announced that he would release the first single off his third album at the end of the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. Despite an initial delay, it was released in the wake of his win for the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album at the event, and it foresaw Drake announcing Nothing Was the Same as the title of his third album.

“Nothing Was the Same”  was released on September 24, 2013, debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200, with 658,000 copies sold in its first week of release. The album debuted atop the charts in Canada, Denmark, Australia and the United Kingdom.] The album was also reported to have sold over 1,720,000 copies in the United States. In late 2014, Drake announced that he began recording sessions for his fourth studio album.

On the 12th of February, 2015, Drake released If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late onto iTunes with no prior announcement. If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late sold over 1 million units in 2015, making Drake the first artist with a platinum project in 2015, as well as his fourth overall.

2015–2017:

On July 31, 2015, Drake released four singles: “Back to Back”, “Charged Up”, “Hotline Bling”, and “Right Hand”. On September 20, 2015, Drake released a collaborative mixtape with Future, which was recorded in Atlanta in just under a week.

What a Time to Be Alive debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, making Drake the first hip hop artist to have two projects reach number one in the same year since 2004. It was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for combined sales, streaming and track-sales equivalent of over 1 million units.

Drake announced in January 2016 that his fourth studio album would be launched during the spring, releasing the promotional single “Summer Sixteen” later that month. The album was originally titled Views from the 6, but was later shortened to Views.

Drake soon released the album’s lead singles, “Pop Style” and the dancehall-infused “One Dance”, on April 5. Both debuted within the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100; however, the latter proved more commercially successful, with “One Dance” becoming Drake’s first number-one single in Canada and the US as a leading artist.

The single also became Drake’s first number one single as a lead artist in the United Kingdom, and peaked at number one in Germany, France, Australia, Brazil, Sweden, Belgium, Norway and the Netherlands.  On October 15th, “One Dance” became Spotify’s most-streamed song ever, amassing over 882 million plays as of October 2016.

The album “Views” was previewed in London before its premiere on Beats 1 a day later. It was released as an Apple Music and iTunes exclusive on April 29 before being made available to various other platforms later that week.

Views became Drake’s most commercially successful album, sitting atop the Billboard 200 for ten nonconsecutive weeks, as well as simultaneously leading the Billboard Hot 100 and the Billboard 200 for eight weeks. It also achieved double-platinum status in the U.S., and earned over 1 million album-equivalent units in the first week of its release, as well as gaining over half-billion overall streams of the album.

As of 2019, Views remains Drake’s best-selling album in pure sales.

Drake returned to host Saturday Night Live on May 14, serving as the show’s musical guest.

Later, Drake was named as a member of the Forbes Five, which ranks the wealthiest artists in hip-hop, placing him fifth .On July 23rd,  Drake announced that he was working on a new project, scheduled to be released in early 2017, He was later named as the headline act for the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival. At the 2016 BET Hip-Hop Awards, Drake received the most nominations, with 10, winning the awards for Album of the Year and Best Hip-Hop Video.

He was later revealed to be Spotify’s most streamed artist for the second consecutive year in 2016, amassing a total 4.7 billion streams for all projects on the service, which is more than double the amount of streams he had in 2015.Drake later secured his second and third Grammy Awards, winning for Best Rap/Sung Performance and Best Rap Song at the 59th ceremony.

Drake announced“ More Life” would be released on March 18, 2017, via a series of multiple video commercials released through Instagram.Upon release, More Life received mostly positive reviews, and debuted atop the Billboard 200, earning 505,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. It also set a streaming record, becoming the highest ever streamed album in 24 hours, with a total of 89.9 million streams on Apple Music alone. The album also garnered 61.3 million streams on Spotify, as the highest opening on the service in a single day. He later won 13 awards at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in May, which saw him breaking the record for the most wins in a single show.Billboard also reported Drake had been present on the Hot 100 chart for eight consecutive years, and has the most recorded entries by a solo artist.

He then released the single “Signs” on June 24, as well as reuniting with Metro Boomin on a single with Offset. Drake hosted the first annual NBA Awards on June 26, and starred in multiple commercials alongside his father in promotion of Virginia Black.

2018–2019:

Drake earned his 70th top 40 entry after featuring on the Migos song “Walk It Talk It”, which debuted at number eighteen, and peaked at number ten. He was later featured on BlocBoy JB’s debut single “Look Alive”, which was released on February 9, 2018. the song’s entry at number six on the Hot 100 made Drake the rapper with the most top 10 hits on the Hot 100, with 23 songs. He then featured on a remix to “Lemon”, a song originally released as a collaboration between band N.E.R.D and Rihanna. On April 5, Drake announced he was finishing his fifth studio album and he was releasing a single later that night. On April 6, “Nice for What” was released.

After “Nice For What” replaced his own “God’s Plan” on the Billboard Hot 100 at number one, making him the first artist to have a new number-one debut replace their former number-one debut, Drake announced the title of his fifth studio album as Scorpion, with a planned release date of June 29, 2018. He then released “I’m Upset” on May 26 as the album’s third single. Scorpion was then released as a double-album, and marked Drake’s longest project, with a run-time of just under 90 minutes. The album broke both the one-day global records on Spotify and Apple Music, as it gained 132.45 million and 170 million plays on each streaming service, respectively. It eventually sold 749,000 album equivalent units in its first week of sales, and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.

Drake then earned his sixth number-one hit with “In My Feelings” on July 21.The success of “In My Feelings” also made Drake the record holder for most number one hits among rappers. He then appeared on the Travis Scott album Astroworld, featuring uncredited vocals for his song “Sicko Mode”, which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.  In February 2019, he received his fourth Grammy Award for Best Rap Song, for “God’s Plan”, at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

On February 14, Drake re-released his third mixtape, So Far Gone, onto streaming services for the first time to commemorate its 10-year anniversary, and later collaborated with Summer Walker on a remix of Walker’s song “Girls Need Love”, marking his first release of 2019. On April 10, he announced he was working on a new album. On June 8, Drake appeared on Chris Brown’s single “No Guidance”. On June 15, Drake released two songs, “Omertà” and “Money in the Grave”, on his EP The Best in the World Pack to celebrate the NBA Championship win of the Toronto Raptors. On August 2, he released the compilation album Care Package, consisting of songs released between 2010 and 2016 that were initially unavailable for purchase or commercial streaming. it debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.

2019–present:

Drake released the song “War” on December 24, 2019. The following day, in an interview with Rap Radar, it was revealed that he was in the process of completing his sixth studio album. On January 10th,  2020, Drake collaborated with Future on the song “Life Is Good”, which appeared on the album High Off Life.  On January 31, the pair again collaborated on the song “Desires”, although it was released for free after being leaked. On February 29, Drake released the songs “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle” with a combined music video. On April 3, he released “Toosie Slide” with a music video, which features a dance created in collaboration with social media influencer Toosie.It debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making Drake the first male artist to have three songs debut at number one.He also announced that his sixth studio album would be released in the summer of 2020.The mixtape is a compilation of new songs and tracks that leaked on the internet.It was debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 with 223,000 album-equivalent units, and at number one on the UK Albums Chart, earning 20,000 units in its first week.

In January 2021, Drake became the first artist to surpass 50 billion combined streams on Spotify.[281] He later collaborated with Drakeo the Ruler on the single “Talk to Me”, which was released on February 23. On the 5th of March , Drake released an EP titled Scary Hours 2, which includes three songs: “What’s Next”, “Wants and Needs” with Lil Baby, and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” with Rick Ross. These three songs entered the charts at numbers one, two, and three, respectively, making Drake the first artist to have three songs debut in the top three on the Billboard Hot 100. He was named Artist of the Decade at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards. On July 23, Drake appeared on “Over the Top” with Smiley, the newest signee to OVO Sound.

Certified Lover Boy was then released on September 3, 2021, becoming his tenth number-one album on the Billboard 200, every song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, while the album was the first to chart nine songs on the top 10, with “Way 2 Sexy” becoming Drake’s ninth number-one single.  He received a nomination for Best Global Act at the 2021 All Africa Music Awards.

On November 6, he debuted the song “Give It Up” on OVO Sound Radio. Certified Lover Boy was nominated for Best Rap Album and “Way 2 Sexy” was nominated for Best Rap Performance at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.He was later named Billboard’s Top Artist of the Year for 2021, and was the fourth most streamed artist on Spotify for the year, and the most streamed rapper. On December 6, he withdrew his music for consideration for the Grammys, with multiple outlets noting his contentious relationship with the Recording Academy.Drake accumulated 8.6 billion on-demand streams in 2021, making him the most overall streamed artist of the year in the United States; one out of every 131 streams was a Drake song.

Drake’s Net worth

The  Canadian-born actor, producer and rapper has a net worth of $200 million dollars, with a salary of $70 million yearly.

Drake is consistently one of the highest-paid entertainers in the world. Prior to becoming a massive rap super star, Drake was a child actor who appeared on the Canadian teen-drama Degrassi: The Next Generation .Between June 2017 and June 2018 Drake earned $45 million.

In 2017 he earned a total of $95 million. Between June 2018 and June 2019, he earned $75 million. In the following 12-month period he earned $50 million. Scroll down for a full year-by-year breakdown of Drake’s annual earnings. As of the end of 2019, Drake has an estimated fortune of $ 150 million (according to Forbes).

The salary ranges from $ 350,000 to $ 600,000. People With Money magazine ranks Drake as one of the most successful singers of 2018, reporting a $ 46 million net worth between August 2013 and August 2018.

He earned $50 million, or 1/6th of his fortune, in 2020 alone. According to reports, Drake makes around $70 million per year.Drake is the 8th richest Rapper in the world according to figures complied from Forbes, The Richest, and Wikipedia.

Real Estate and Private jet

Home to Drake is Hidden Hills, California since 2012 when he bought a palatial mansion from the former owner of Los Angeles’ Saddle Ranch Bar for $7.7 million in cash. Nicknamed the YOLO Estate, the property features multiple residences including a 12,000 square-foot main house and a 2,000 square foot party house.

The estate features equestrian stables, 25-person movie theater, a full-sized basketball court, sand volleyball court and one of the largest privately-owned pools in Southern California. His lagoon-like pool, which loops around the exterior of the house, features with several waterfalls, a swim-up bar an 80-foot water slide and Playboy-mansion style grotto.

In 2015 he extended his property by buying the neighboring 1.6 acre estate for $2.8 million. In 2018 he extended the property again when he spent $4.5 million to buy yet another neighboring house. His private estate now encompasses 6.7-acres of contiguous property at the end of a cul-de-sac that represent $15 million in real estate acquisition costs alone.

 Drake's Mansion in Toronto, the Star of 'Toosie Slide', Is Peak Luxury


Drake’s Mansion in Toronto, the Star of ‘Toosie Slide’, Is Peak Luxury

In 2016 Drake spent $6.7 million to buy a plot of land in suburban Toronto in an area called Birdle Path. He proceeded to build a 50,000 square-foot mansion on the two-acre property. The house features a 10-car garage, regulation-size NBA basketball court, gym, awards room and much more. The master bedroom alone is 3,200 square-feet. He also owns a condo in downtown Toronto.

In total, Drake owns at least $25 million worth of real estate. His real estate assets (especially the Hidden Hills compound) are likely worth much more when his improvements are included.

Private Jet

In  2019, Drake released a video on Instagram that revealed his newly-acquired Boeing 767 private jet which he has dubbed “Air Drake”.

Family and Relationship life of Drake

Drake’s father, Dennis Graham, was a drummer for Jerry Lee Lewis, and his mother, Sandra Graham, taught English and ran a florist shop. His parents divorced when he was five years old. While his father moved to Memphis and was incarcerated on drug charges, his mother remained in Toronto with him.

Drake’s paternal uncles are guitarists and songwriters Larry Graham and Teenie Hodges. Graham was a member of Sly and the Family Stone, while Hodges contributed to songs for Al Green, including “Love and Happiness”, “Here I Am (Come and Take Me)”, and “Take Me to the River”.

Drake has had a number of high profile relationships over the years.  Drake has a close friendship with Adele. He dated Rihanna on and off between 2009 and 2016. Drake has detailed his relationship with Rihanna in many of his songs between 2009 and 2016. He later describe Rihana as “the woman I’ve been in love with since I was 22 years old.”

Drake was in a relationship with Pusha T in early 2017.

As a result of his relationship with the French artist, sculptor, model, and actress Sophie Brussaux, Adonis was born on October 11, 2017.  Drake revealed his paternity on his 2018 album Scorpion.

Drake is typically private when it comes to his personal life, so fans were shocked when he posted his girlfriend Johanna Leia on his Instagram page back in September 2021. But it looks like the couple has since gone their separate ways after rumors begin swirling that the rapper has a new leading lady in his life.

How Does Drake Makes his money

Drake built his fortune through acting and music, but most of his wealth comes from his music career as a top-selling rap artist and also through huge endorsement deals.

Over the years Drake has endorsed many major brands including most notably, Sprite, Burger King, Whataburger, Nike and Apple. When Apple Music was launched, Drake signed a $19 million exclusivity deal. This deal allowed Apple to be the exclusive initial home of all of Drake’s future solo releases.

In 2012 Drake formed his own record label, OVO Sound, which is distributed by Warner Bros. Records. In addition to Drake, today OVO Sound reps music for artists such as PartyNextDoor, Majid Jordan, Kash Doll and producers such as Boi-1da, Future the Prince, Mike Zombie and more.

He is the “global ambassador” of the Toronto Raptors and hosts an annual Drake Night with the team. In 2016 Drake launched his own brand of bourbon-based whiskey called Virginia Black. The company sold 4,000 bottles in the first week after launching. Later in the year the company shipped an additional 30,000 units.

Drake’s Songs (Singles)

Singles Sold

Drake has sold more digital singles than any artist in history. He has sold more than 163 million digital Singles. In terms of album sales, is the 80th highest selling musician of all time with an estimated 26 million albums sold.That makes him the third best-selling Canadian musician of all time

Drake’s Studio Albums

Thank Me Later (2010)

Take Care (2011)

Nothing Was the Same (2013)

Views (2016)

Scorpion (2018)

Certified Lover Boy (2021)

Drake’s Tour

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Away from Home Tour (2010)

Club Paradise Tour (2012)

Would You Like a Tour? (2013–2014)

Jungle Tour (2015; six date promotional tour)

Boy Meets World Tour (2017)

Assassination Vacation Tour (2019)

Co-heading

America’s Most Wanted Tour (with Young Money) (2009)

Drake vs. Lil Wayne (with Lil Wayne) (2014)

Summer Sixteen Tour (with Future) (2016)

Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour (with Migos) (2018)

Business Ventures and Endorsement deals

Endorsements

Prior to venturing into business, Drake garnered several endorsement deals with various companies, notably gaining one with Sprite.

OVO Sound

During the composition of Nothing Was the Same, Drake started his own record label in late 2012 with producer Noah “40” Shebib and business partner Oliver El-Khatib.The name is an abbreviation derived from the October’s Very Own moniker.

Toronto Raptors

On September 30, 2013, at a press conference with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment CEO Tim Leiweke,[465] Drake was announced as the new “global ambassador” of the Toronto Raptors, joining the executive committee of the NBA franchise.

Apple Music

Following the launch of Apple Music, a music and video streaming service developed by Apple Inc., the company announced Drake as the figurehead for the platform at their Worldwide Developers Conference in 2015.This saw all future solo releases by Drake becoming available first on Apple Music, before seeing roll out to other streaming services and music retailers.

DreamCrew and investments

In 2017, Drake and Adel “Future” Nur co-founded the production company DreamCrew, which functions both as a management company and entertainment group. The company has produced the television series.

100 Thieves

In 2018, Drake purchased an ownership stake in the gaming organization 100 Thieves, joining as a co-founder and co-owner

Cuisine

Two months prior to the release of Views, Drake announced the development of Virginia Black, a bourbon-based whiskey.

Fashion

In December 2013, Drake announced he was signing with Nike and Air Jordan.

List of Awards and Nominations

Drake is the highest-certified digital singles artist ever in the United States, having moved 142 million units based on combined sales and on-demand streams. His highest-certified single is “God’s Plan” (11× Platinum), followed by “Hotline Bling”, which was certified (8× Platinum).

He has the following Billboard hot 100 chat Records:

The most charted songs of any artist (258)

The most simultaneously charted songs in a single week (27)

The most debuts in a week (22)

The most top 10 singles (54)

The most top 10 debuts in a week (9)

The most top 10 debuts (39),

The most continuous time on the chart (431 weeks).

He also has the following records:

He has accumulated 9 number-one singles

He became the second act to occupy the entire Hot 100’s top five in a single week

He also has the most number-one singles on the Hot Rap Songs (23)

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (23)

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay.

He is also the only artist to have two albums log 400 weeks each on the Billboard 200.

Drake has won four Grammy Awards from 47 nominations.

He has also won a record 29 Billboard Music Awards.

In 2017, he surpassed Adele’s record for most wins at the Billboard Music Awards in one night, winning 13 awards from 22 nominations.

He was named Artist of the Decade at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards

From 2015 to 2017, Drake ranked within the top-five of the Billboard year-end chart for Top Artists

He topped the Billboard year-end  Top Artists chart in 2018.

He was named the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2016 and 2018.

Drake was Spotify’s most streamed artist of the 2010s.

Pitchfork ranked“ Nothing Was the Same” as the 41st best album of the decade “so far”—between 2010 and 2014

Pitchfork ranked him fifth in the publication’s list of the “Top 10 Music Artists” since 2010.

“ Take Care” was ranked at number 95 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time (2020).

He has been ranked by Complex on their “Best Rapper Alive Every Year Since 1979” list, awarding Drake the accolade in 2011, 2012, and 2015.

 

Films , Documentary and Television shows Drake has featured in

Charlie Bartlett

Mookie’s Law

Breakaway

Ice Age: Continental Drift

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Think Like a Man Too

6ix Rising

The Carter Effect              Documentary

Remember Me, Toronto

Black Ice

Blue Murder

Degrassi: The Next Generation

Soul Food

Conviction

Teen Fish

Instant Star

The Border

Being Erica

Sophie

Beyond the Break

When I Was 17

Saturday Night Live

Punk’d

Saturday Night Live

The Shop

Euphoria

Top Boy

TBA

Chillin’ Island

How old is Drake Age

Drake is 36 years old as of 2022

Is Drake a billionaire?

Drake is not a billionaire but he is on his way

What is Drake’s height?

6′ 0″ (1.83 m)

Why is Drake so popular?

Drake’s popularity isn’t a surprise if you’ve heard his music. He is popular due to his work ethic, commitment and a combination of versatility, spotting trends, meme-ability, marketability, and authenticity.

How did Drake make his money?

Drake makes his money from his acting and music career, in addition to his endorsement deals and business Ventures.

Social Media Handle

What is Drake’s Instagram?

Drake Instagram: You can connect with Drake on Instagram @champangepapi

Twitter @Drakedirect_

Is Drake Arab?

Drake is born to an African American father and Jewish candian mother. So he is not an Arabian

Drake Phone Number

Not Available for now.

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