After more than two years of work, Drake’s house is almost complete. Discover the incredible result. Drake isn’t shy. For more than two years, the Canadian rapper has built one of the largest houses in Canada, in Toronto, in the neighborhood of Bridle Path. And that’s it: the work is almost completed. So that Drake fans can discover his work, the TMZ (popular american newspaper) site has unveiled images of his mansion. We can say that it is really fantastic!
Built by the firm of architect Ferris Rafauli, Drake’s house spans no less than 15,000 feet (over four kilometers) and has countless rooms. The 32-year-old singer has built, among other things, a basketball court, a spa, a “snack lounge”, a cinema and a studio. Each piece is carefully detailed and constructed with noble material such as marble.
If on the pictures shared by TMZ we can still see work outdoors, Drake is already taking full advantage of his property. Moreover, last week, the performer of the title One dance organized a birthday party at his home. On his Instagram account, he shared a photo showing his entrance decorated with golden balloons. By the way, Instagram marketing on Drake’s IG page is done correctly.
Drake shows around his house in “Toosie Slide” music video
Drake continues to drop his tracks not to mention an album and has just released the music video for the track “Toosie Slide”.
The Canadian rapper knows how to harness the power of social media. This track “Toosie Slide” is a pure product of Tik Tok with an orchestrated release for a few days with the help of personalities from the platform. Toosie posted a video a few days ago showing this choreography which was immediately taken up by thousands of people on the network. In his clip, Drake adds the few ingredients that were left to the song to perform on YouTube. Raf Simons jacket on the shoulders, technical ALYX vest, Drake once again performs a beautiful stylistic exercise that will give the piece a little more scope. Drake’s “Toosie Slide” is available on YouTube as well as all streaming platforms.