Drake, in five years, has passed The Beatles with more Billboard hits.
Drizzy, who was first recognized for his role as Jimmy Brooks on the television series, Degrassi: The Next Generation, is back in front of the camera for a special movie.
“Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage“, is a live sold out concert filmed at Toronto’s Sound Academy in 2009 before being signed by Lil Wayne and what was believed lost and destroyed.
Now that it’s been recently re-discovered, new footage has been added from now, including interviews with James Prince of Rap-A-Lot Records, his son, Jas Prince; credited as discovering Drake, and rap icon, Bun B.
Most cinemas will only show the film for one night on Thursday March 19th. Win tickets to see the movie when you hear a Drake song or song he’s featured on and text “Drake” to 24042.
But there is also a 15-minute art house film called Jungle that follows Drake around Toronto as he reminisces and hangs with his homies.
It’s dark and moody with clips of a young Drizzy aka Aubrey Graham rapping along to The Fugees, present-day Drake glaring at the Toronto skyline from his hotel window and a couple of daydreaming/nightdreaming scenes.