Canada Dry, my foot! [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Drake[/lastfm] seems to be too busy reveling in all his success to notice the cheap shots, Chicago rapper and actor [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Common[/lastfm] keeps taking at him in his songs and freestyles. This weekend won’t be any different.
This time, Drizzy is heading back to the motherland, well, his motherland. That’s right, this coming Sunday, you can check Drake out at the NHL All-Star game being hosted in Ottawa, Ontario (That’s Canada’s capital, FYI).
If you don’t know by now, Canada loves Drake just as much, if not more than America does. The two-time Juno award winner will putt on his show during the second intermission of Sunday’s contest.
[photogallerylink id=142273 align=left]Other performers that night include singer/rapper [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Outasight[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Javier Colon[/lastfm], the winner of the first season of The Voice. Colon will handle the American anthem, while Ottawa Senators longtime anthem singer Lyndon Slewide will do the honors of “O Canada.”
We like to see that no matter how well Drake does here, he still has much love and respect for his hometown and country. That’s awesome!
Drake is up for a three Grammy awards this year. And Take Care is available now, but I really hope you already coped that.
“The Motto” by Drake
- What American sports event do you want to see Drake perform at next?