Drake is the stage name of Aubrey Graham, a Canadian rapper and actor from Toronto, Ontario.
Starting his music career in 2001, he released his debut mixtape, ‘Room for Improvement’ in 2006, with his debut album, ‘Thank Me Later’, coming out in 2010, which went to #1 in the USA and Canada. His following three albums, ‘Take Care’ (2011), ‘Nothing Was the Same’ (2013) and his fourth album, ‘Views’ (2016), have all also hit the top spot.
Drake has been honoured with many awards, including two Juno Awards, received in 2010 for 'Best New Artist' and 'Rap Recording of the Year' and is know for tracks such as Take Care, Hotline Bling and One Dance.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the world, including headlining Wireless Festival in 2015.
Drake headed to the UK for shows, including six nights at London’s O2 Arena in February 2017, as part of his The Boy Meets World Tour, with European dates in March 2017. He then reached Australia and New Zealand in November.
Drake is set to return with a brand new album, 'Scorpions', in June 2018, which he preceded with his EP 'Scary Hours', which featured his hit single, Gods Plan. He has since confirmed the 'Aubrey & The Three Amigos Live!' tour for summer-fall 2018 alongside Migos. Check below to find tickets!
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Mon 9th Jul 2018
A common criticism levelled at Drake over the years is that his records tend to sound the same, but it’s a jab that misses the mark. While it's true that the Toronto megastar has developed a dependable formula, delivering introverted yet accessible rhymes over new school production, there's a clear distinction between his sonically expansive early works and his minimalist quasi-dancehall records of recent years.