Trying to define Drake is not as easy as one would think. He’s a rapper, who also sings and pens songs for others. To his earliest fans, he’s an actor who started out on Degrassi: The Next Generation. To newcomers, he’s the guy whose official debut album, Thank Me Later, dropped in mid-June and damn near went gold the first week. Sure the numbers fell short of the million copies that his Young Money captain Lil Wayne slung when he released Tha Carter III in 2008, but was the album a failure?
Not by any means.
You’d be hard press to tune in to the radio and not hear, Drake’s “Fancy” or “Miss Me” or Alicia Keys’ “Un-Thinakble (Remix).” Chances are his Light Dreams and Nightmares tour is rolling through your city. And if you missed that, you’re sure to catch Drake on your television set slinging Kodak’s new Digital Easy Share cameras. Last night (October 5) he performed in New York City alongside Trey Songz to promote the product.
XXLMag.com recently caught up with Drizzy to talk about his new deal with Kodak, his upcoming R&B mixtape, his untitled sophomore album and how no matter what his endeavors he will always be a hip-hop artist at heart.
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Yeah...all you guys know Drizzy puts nothing but fuego out so read this interview with Drake and get ready for his next album.