Drake

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  • Birthday

    Birthday
  • Acting career

    Acting career
    In 2001, Drake began his acting career, playing the role of Jimmy Brooks, a character on Degrassi: The Next Generation. In the show, Brooks is a basketball star who became physically disabled after he was shot by a classmate. His role on the show ended in 2009, when his character graduated from Degrassi. He appeared in 138 episodes. He also appeared in the 2008 television movie Degrassi Spring Break Movie. Drake is mentioned in the 2010 television movie Degrassi Takes Manhattan, making him one o
  • Music Career

    Music Career
    In February 2006, Drake released his first mixtape Room for Improvement. It was made available via his website and official MySpace page. In 2007, he released another mixtape, Comeback Season, spawning a single and a music video for "Replacement Girl" featuring Trey Songz. Also in 2007, Drake became the first unsigned Canadian rapper to have his music video featured on BET when his first single, "Replacement Girl" was featured as the "New Joint of the Day" on April 30, 2007.[20] It also containe
  • MIXTAPES 2006-2009

    MIXTAPES 2006-2009
    2006–09: Career beginnings and mixtapes In February 2006, Drake released his first mixtape Room for Improvement. It was made available via his website and official MySpace page. In 2007, he released another mixtape, Comeback Season, spawning a single and a music video for "Replacement Girl" featuring Trey Songz. Also in 2007, Drake became the first unsigned Canadian rapper to have his music video featured on BET when his first single, "Replacement Girl" was featured as the "New Joint of the Day
  • 2010 Releases

    2010 Releases
    2010–present: Thank Me Later and Take Care Drake planned to release his official debut album, Thank Me Later, in late 2009, but the album's release date was postponed, first to March 2010,[29] then May 25, 2010.[30] Universal Motown then stated the album had been pushed back three weeks for a June 15, 2010, release.[29][31] The album has collaborations with the likes of Kanye West, Jay-Z[32] and Lil Wayne while forgoing planned duets with Trey Songz[33] and Danny!.[33] On March 9, 2010, Drake