Drake joined an interview with Jack Harlow at the Kentucky Derby
Drake broke into an NBC interview with Jack Harlow at the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. During the broadcast, the Toronto rapper admitted to being drunk and tried to stop the camera crew from moving forward. “I just needed to show up. I’m so proud of this guy,” Drizzy said of Harlow, who has just released his second studio album, “Come Home the Kids Miss You.” “And we’re drunk.”
“He’s sober. I’m drunk,” he clarified. Drake also spoke about Harlow’s impact on her hometown of Louisville and compared it to her own relationship with Toronto. When asked if they have any more collaborations on the way, Drizzy commented, “We’ve got a lot going on.” Jack Harlow revealed that they were “forced to make a move”, adding, “He’s really giving a good description of how I feel right now.”
from there, Drake noticed the production team signaling to wrap things up. “You can’t give the signal to end,” he said. “What are you going to cut? What are you going to cut? A bad picture on Insta or something? “Do you know what I’m going to tell them?” the reporter said, “I’m going to tell them, ‘Wait, we’re going home.’
In addition to hanging out with Harlow in the interview, Drizzy was featured on his new album in the song “Churchill Downs”, which features one of his best verses this year. Churchiil Downs is the name of the place where the Kentucky Derby is held annually in Harlow’s hometown. So we can say that Drake and Jack made their music a reality by following the traditional horse race from a cabin.
In related news, Drake became the first artist in history to reach 5,000 combined weeks on Billboard. Drizzy’s music has now officially charted for 5,000 combined weeks on Billboard, the most by any artist in history. No other rapper has reached 3,000 weeks yet… he really is on a different level in the industry and for sure, for his fame, his fans and all those who look up to him, the artist is not going to stop anytime soon.
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