Drake Biography, Childhood, Family Life, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Facts,Wiki,Birthday,Net worth,Social Site

Drake Biography, Childhood, Family Life, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Facts,Wiki,Birthday,Net worth,Social Site

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Drake Biography, Childhood, Family Life, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Facts,Wiki,Birthday,Net worth,Social Site

Born: Aubrey Drake Graham, October 24, 1986 (age 33), Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Other names: Drizzy, Champagne Papi
Citizenship: Canada, United States
Occupation: Rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, businessman
Years active:2001–present
Net worth: US$150 million (2019) (estimate)
Relatives: Larry Graham (uncle), Teenie Hodges (uncle)
Awards: Full list
Genres: Hip hop, pop, R&B, trap
Labels: Republic, OVO Sound, Universal Motown, Young Money, Cash Money
Associated acts: 40, Boi-1da, Lil Wayne, Future, Kanye West, PartyNextDoor, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, The Weeknd, Migos, Rick Ross

Drake Biography

Drake Biography, Childhood, Family Life, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Facts,Wiki,Birthday,Net worth,Social Site

Aubrey Drake Graham was born on October 24, 1986, to parents Dennis and Sandi Graham. Dennis was a drummer who worked with Jerry Lee Lewis, and Sandi, who essentially wished to name her son Abraham, was an educator. Drake’s father is African-American and hails from Memphis, Tennessee. Drake’s musical education began early. When he was a young child, his great father would take him to late night club gigs in Toronto. Drake’s parents divorced when he was five years old, and Drake went to live with his beautiful mother in Toronto’s Forest Hill, predominantly Jewish neighborhood.

Drake attended elementary school at Forest Hill Public School and top high school at Forest Hill Collegiate Institute. Attending school in such a homogeneous area was tough for Drake; he felt that “nobody understood what it was like to be black and Jewish.” Musical ability undoubtedly runs in Drake’s family. Aside from his father, two of Drake’s uncles, Mabon “Teethe” Hodges and Larry Graham, were also musicians. Larry Graham was the bassist in Sly and the Family Stone and also played with Prince.

Drake was raised Jewish by his mother and attended Jewish day school. His bar mitzvah held the basement of an Italian restaurant in Toronto. Although he identifies with being an African-American, Drake still recognizes his Jewish background: Drake is so close with his mother that, in July 2010, he canceled his entire European tour in order to be with his beautiful and great mother, who was scheduled for surgery. Drake accepted that his great and beautiful mother had been battling an illness for a considerable length of time, but did not reveal what the specific ailment was. Although he lived with his beautiful mother in Canada, summers were commonly spent with Drake’s father, in Memphis. His father was instrumental in young Drake learning to rap.

Aubrey Drake Graham, also known as Drizzy Drake, is a Canadian recording best artist and top best actor. Hailing from Toronto, Drake first launched his bright career playing Jimmy Brooks on the Canadian television teen drama series, Degrassi: The Next Generation. However, Drake’s true too much love was music. After releasing several mixtapes via the internet, Drake last hit it great as an autonomous artist, with his singles, “Best I Ever Had” and “Every Girl.” Drake was hurriedly scooped up by Young Money Entertainment and, as a result, had rapping sensation, Lil Wayne, as a hip hop mentor. His bright career has shown no signs of faltering. His recent single, “Take Care,” featuring Rihanna, has been topping charts around the world.

Drake is in heated demand by the music industry. He has worked with foreign hip hop legends, such as Rick Ross, Kanye West, Eminem, Jay-Z, and Nicki Minaj. Standing at six feet two inches, this first-ever black Jewish rap star has shown that hard work can take you anywhere. This unauthorized full biography follows Drake’s bright career from his early days as a teenage super actor to his struggles as an independent music artist and lastly becoming what he has always wanted: an internationally known hip hop artist.


  • 2018, Grammy — Best Rap Song: Winner
  • 2016, Grammy — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Winner
  • 2016, Grammy — Best Rap Song: Winner
  • 2012, Grammy — Best Rap Album: Winner
  • 2019, People’s Choice Awards — Favorite Male Artist: Nominee


  • Larry Graham — Uncle
  • Sandi Graham — Mother
  • Dennis Graham — Father
  • Mabon “Teenie” Hodges — Uncle

Drake song lyrics

  • 9 A.m. In Dallas Freestyle
  • All Night
  • Best I Ever Had
  • Bitch Is Crazy
  • Brand New
  • Buried Alive (Interlude) (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
  • Cameras
  • Closer To My Dreams
  • Deceiving
  • Doing It Wrong (feat. Stevie Wonder)
  • Don’t You Have A Man
  • Fall For Your Type
  • Fancy
  • Get Over It
  • Good Ones Go (Interlude)
  • Goodnight And Goodluck
  • Headlines
  • Hotbling
  • HYFR (feat. Lil Wayne)
  • I’ll Do It All
  • I’m Ready For You
  • It’s Me
  • Lets Call It Off
  • Light Up
  • Little Bit
  • Look What You’ve Done
  • Lord Knows (feat. Rick Ross)
  • Lust For Life
  • Make Me Proud (feat. Nicki Minaj)
  • Marvin’s Room
  • Messages From You
  • November 18th
  • Over
  • Over My Dead Body (feat. Chantal Kreviazuk)
  • Practice
  • Replacement Girl
  • Say What’s Real
  • Shot for Me
  • Successful
  • Take Care (feat. Rihanna)
  • Thank Me Now
  • The Real Her (feat. Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne)
  • The Ride (feat. The Weeknd)
  • Underground Kings
  • Unforgettable
  • We’ll Be Fine
  • You Know, You Know

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