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Drake, Biography, Age, Relationship, Parents, Career, Controversies, Net Worth, New Album, and, More

Drake, is a Canadian rapper and singer, has played a significant role in shaping contemporary popular music. Drake is widely recognized for popularizing the fusion of singing and R&B elements within hip hop, making him a highly influential figure in the industry.


Age-36 years

Height- 1.82 m

Weight-89 kg

Full name: Aubrey Drake Graham

Born-24 October 1986

Birthplace-Toronto, Canada

Spouse- Brussaux

Profession-Canadian rapper and singer

Nationality-American, Canadian


Aubrey Drake Graham, born on October 24, 1986, in Toronto, Ontario, comes from a diverse background. His father, Dennis Graham, is an African-American Catholic drummer from Memphis who had performed with country icon Jerry Lee Lewis. His mother, Sandra “Sandi” Graham (née Sher), is a Canadian Ashkenazi Jew. She worked as an English teacher and florist, contributing to Drake’s multicultural heritage. When Drake was five years old, his parents went through a divorce. Following the separation, Drake and his mother stayed in Toronto, while his father returned to Memphis, where he faced imprisonment for several years due to drug-related charges.

Drake parents

Wife and Children

Drake recently introduced his 2-year-old son, Adonis Graham, to the public. Adonis’ parents, Drake, the renowned rapper, and his mother, the world-traveling painter Sophie Brussaux, have warmly welcomed their new family member.

Drake wife and son


Gaining fame as Jimmy Brooks on the CTV teen drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001–08), Drake ventured into music in 2006 with his debut mixtape, Room for Improvement. He followed up with mixtapes Comeback Season (2007) and So Far Gone (2009) before signing with Young Money Entertainment.

Drake’s initial three albums—Thank Me Later (2010), Take Care (2011), and Nothing Was the Same (2013)—earned critical acclaim, propelling him to hip-hop stardom. Views (2016) explored dancehall and dominated the Billboard 200 for 13 non-consecutive weeks. The album featured hits like “Hotline Bling” and “One Dance,” contributing to the global rise of Afrobeats. In 2018, his double album, Scorpion, produced chart-toppers like “God’s Plan,” “Nice for What,” and “In My Feelings.”

Certified Lover Boy (2021) set records with nine top 10 hits on the Hot 100, including the number-one single “Way 2 Sexy.” Drake’s entrepreneurial ventures include founding OVO Sound label, collaboration with the Toronto Raptors, and the creation of Virginia Black bourbon whiskey. He leads the OVO fashion label and Nocta collaboration with Nike, and owns the production company DreamCrew and fragrance house Better World. Drake significantly impacted Toronto’s tourism industry and became a part owner of Italian soccer club A.C. Milan in 2022.

Drake is one of the world’s top-selling artists, with over 170 million records sold. He holds numerous Hot 100 records, including the most top 10 singles and simultaneous charted songs in one week. He has won Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Brit Awards, and Juno Awards, solidifying his position as a music icon.

On July 23, 2023, Drake revealed his poetry book, “Titles Ruin Everything,” accompanied by a QR code. Scanning it led fans to the announcement of his eighth studio album, “For All the Dogs,” set for release on October 6, 2023. The lead single, “Slime You Out” featuring SZA, debuted on September 15, 2023, reaching number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. Despite an initial postponement, the album was launched as planned on October 6, 2023. Additionally, Drake surprised fans with the release of the album’s second single, “8AM in Charlotte,” on October 5, 2023, via his social media platforms.

Drake career


  • One Dance – Album: Views · 2016
  • God’s Plan- Album: Scorpion · 2018
  • On The Radar Freestyle – Album: On The Radar Freestyle · 2023
  • Rich Flex**- Album: Her Loss · 2022
  • LAUGH NOW CRIES LATER – Album: Laugh Now Cry Later · 2020
  • Passionfruit – Album: More Life · 2017
  • Yebba’s Heartbreak – Album: Certified Lover Boy · 2021
  • Jimmy Cooks- Album: Honestly, Nevermind · 2022
  • Hotline Bling – Album: Views · 2016
  • Nonstop – Album: Scorpion · 2018
  • Toosie Slide- Album: Toosie Slide · 2020
  • Know Yourself – Album: If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late · 2015
  • Search & Rescue – Album: Search & Rescue · 2023
  • Knife Talk- Album: Certified Lover Boy · 2021
  • In My Feelings – Album: Scorpion · 2018
  • No Guidance – Album: Indigo · 2019
  • Spin Bout U – Album: Her Loss · 2022
  • Chicago Freestyle- Album: Chicago Freestyle · 2020
  • Teenage Fever – Album: More Life · 2017
  • Wants and Needs – Album: Scary Hours 2 · 2021
  • Hold On, We’re Going Home – Album: Nothing Was the Same · 2013
  • Fair Trade- Album: Certified Lover Boy · 2021
  • Not You Too – Album: Dark Lane Demo Tapes · 2020
  • Way 2 Sexy- Album: Certified Lover Boy · 2021
  • Trust Issues – Album: Care Package · 2019
  • Marvins Room – Album: Take Care · 2011
  • Money in the Grave – Album: The Best In The World Pack · 2019
  • Nice for What – Album: Scorpion · 2018
  • On BS- Album: Her Loss · 2022
  • Started From the Bottom – Album: Nothing Was the Same · 2013
  • From Time-Album: Nothing Was the Same · 2013
  • Time Flies – Album: Dark Lane Demo Tapes · [Year Missing]


On May 31, 2009, Drake was robbed at gunpoint in Toronto, forced to surrender jewelry and money. The suspects faced charges, but most were dropped; two pleaded guilty to conspiracy. In 2017, an intruder was arrested at his Calabasas home, leading to a lawsuit, later dismissed. In 2021, a woman with a knife attempted a break-in at his Toronto home. In 2023, a man was arrested for burglarizing his Los Angeles residence.

In 2012, singer Ericka Lee sued Drake for using her voice on “Marvins Room,” demanding songwriting credits and royalties. The case was settled out of court in 2013. In 2014, Drake faced a $300,000 lawsuit for sampling jazz musician Jimmy Smith’s work without permission. Drake won in 2017, with the judge deeming the usage transformative. Rapper Rappin’ 4-Tay sued Drake in 2014, settled for $100,000. In 2016, a club closed due to Drake’s drug use. In 2021, Drake sued a jeweler for using his likeness incorrectly. A lawsuit in 2022, claiming Drake stole a song, was dismissed due to misconduct by the plaintiff.

In 2017, Drake faced a lawsuit from producer Detail (Noel Fisher) who alleged an assault by Drake’s bodyguard over musical and financial disputes, resulting in injuries and surgeries. Detail sued for damages, but the case was dismissed in 2018 when Fisher didn’t attend a final status conference; the judge ruled it was self-defense.In January 2019, Drake, Odell Beckham Jr., and Younes Bendjima were sued by Bennett Sipes for an alleged assault outside an L.A. nightclub in 2018. Sipes claimed severe injuries and sought $250,000 in damages, alleging that Drake and Beckham observed the attack. The case was settled out of court.

In October 2021, Drake and Chris Brown faced a lawsuit for copyright infringement related to their song “No Guidance” and a track called “I Love Your Dress.” Drake was later removed from the lawsuit in April 2022. He also faced a separate copyright suit for “In My Feelings” and “Nice For What.” In November, he was named in a lawsuit with Travis Scott for inciting violence at the Astroworld Festival, leading to a delayed collaboration release.

In July 2022, Drake was detained by Swedish police due to drugs found in a Stockholm nightclub. In November, he and 21 Savage were sued by Vogue’s publisher, Condé Nast, for using the Vogue name without permission for their album promotion. They later settled. In February 2023, Drake was ordered to appear as a witness in the XXXTentacion murder trial, but disputed service procedures, leading to the deposition being dismissed.

Net Worth 2023

Drake, a Canadian actor, producer, and rapper, boasts a net worth of $250 million.

Drake Reveals ‘For All the Dogs’ Album Track list

After unveiling the phrase “FOR ALL THE DOGS” to the world three months ago, Drake has confirmed the release of his new album, For All the Dogs, at 6 a.m. He also shared the track list for this album, following his 2022 releases honestly, Never mind, and Her Loss.

Drake's 'For All the Dogs' Tracklist Revealed

‘For All the Dogs’ Album song list:

  • Virginia Beach
  • Amen
  • Calling for You
  • Fear of Heights
  • Daylight
  • First Person Shooter
  • 7969 Santa
  • Slime You Out
  • Bahamas Promises
  • Tried Our Best
  • Screw the World Interlude
  • Members Only
  • Drew a Picasso
  • What Would Pluto Do
  • All the Parties
  • 8am in Charlotte
  • BBL Love Interlude
  • Gently
  • Rich Baby Daddy
  • Another Late Night
  • Away From Home
  • Polar Opposites

The credits list Kevin Durant as the A&R for the album, with Drake serving as an executive producer alongside Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, and Noel Cadastre. Originally slated for September 22, Drake pushed back the release to October 6 to balance his recording commitments with touring duties. The album’s cover artwork features a drawing by Drake’s son, Adonis Graham, who also appeared in the pre-album track “8AM in Charlotte” music video. Prior to For All the Dogs, Drake released tracks like “Search & Rescue” and the SZA-featuring “Slime You Out.” Notably, the album does not include “Search & Rescue,” a song featuring a sample of Kim Kardashian discussing her divorce from Drake’s on-and-off rival, Kanye West. This release follows the re-escalation of Drake and West’s longstanding feud in 2021, marked by diss tracks and public spats, despite brief reconciliations.

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