Drake doing an interview is a rare occurrence these days, so fans were tuned in to what the Canadian superstar had to get off his chest. The two-hour sit-down with Elliott Wilson and Brian "B-Dot" Miller for their Rap Radar podcast included the Toronto rapper opening up about the origins of his career and how T-Pain and 50 Cent inspired him to sing.
During the conversation, Drake also gave his honest opinion on his feud with Kanye West and Pusha T, getting booed at Tyler, the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival and his overall legacy. "One of my biggest accomplishments is the fact that I didn't let this massive, massive change in my life destroy me," Drake says about his iconic career. "I'm just happy that I'm still intact."
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After a somewhat quiet 2019, Drake is ready to make some noise again in the new year. He made several references to his upcoming album throughout the interview -- like a possible Chris Brown feature -- and revealed he’s taking his time, but nothing is for sure.