Drake is amping up his OVO label, as he just released a $5,000 limited edition luxury jacket sporting his October’s Very Own branding logo.
The Chilliwack coat is a collaboration with Canada Goose, and features a buffalo leather exterior, silk-lined interior, removable arctic fox fur trim, and 24-karat gold-plated hardware.
If you’re interested in purchasing the jacket, then you can pick it up in Toronto, New York, Osaka, and Tokyo.
Drake and Justin Bieber are teaming up in 2012. The pop superstars have set aside some time at the top of next year to work on Bieber’s third album Believe.
During his appearance at Stevie Wonder’s House Full Of Toys benefit concert in Los Angeles on Saturday night, Drake shared the news. “Me and [Justin] are going in the studio in January to work on his new album, so I’m excited about that,” the Young Money rapper told the crowd of screaming fans.
Drake is taking his love for Aailyah to a whole new level, even though you can’t really see him, he is to the far right with the white headband. He is seen here with some friends, playing tennis with his shirt off, when someone snapped a shot of his back with Aaliyah’s face on there with wings above her head.
Drake topped the charts with his sophomore album “Take Care” selling 659,190 units the first week. This is the first time that Drake goes gold in the first week sales. I’m sure he will go platinum in the coming week(s).
According to Billboard.com, Drake has earned his 10th #1 song with his latest single “Headlines” from his sophomore album Take Care.
The record that was matched by Drake was previously held by Diddy, as the Bad Boy CEO had 10 songs atop the charts starting with the 1996 hit,”No Time,” featuring Lil Kim and his most recent #1 was 2003?s “Shake Ya Tailfeather,” with Nelly and Murphy Lee.
‘Best I Ever Had’
‘Forever’ (Eminem, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Drake)
‘Say Something’ (Timbaland Feat. Drake)
‘Fancy’ (Feat. T.I. & Swizz Beatz)
‘Right Above It’ (Lil Wayne Feat. Drake)
‘Aston Martin Music’ (Rick Ross Feat. Chrisette Michele & Drake)
‘Moment 4 Life’ (Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake)
‘I’m On One’ (DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne)
Juno-winning rapper Drake (affectionately known by locals as “the guy in the wheelchair from Degrassi”) is once again donating $10,000 to an inner city music program in Toronto. After winning Canada’s second annual Allan Slaight Award for contribution to the arts, he announced that he would give all his prize money to Dixon Hall Music School in Regent Park. The school offers low-income, downtown families a chance to take music lessons for as low as $3 per session. Drake, who grew up in Toronto’s Forest Hill as Aubrey Graham, also donated $10,000 to the school last year. The school plans to use the money to expand its programming, repair instruments, and complete the construction of a recording lab and “jam space.”
Drake attended the J*DaVeY/Elevator Fight show at Southpaw in Brooklyn on last Tuesday night and ran into the FADER staff, who managed to get some tidbits on Take Care.