Drake Covers The Hollywood Reporter


Wednesday morning, Drake sat down with The Hollywood Reporter in his apartment in Toronto to discuss everything from his relationship with his mother to his obsession with Netflix’s Ozark.

In March the Toronto native released “More Life” and set the record for the most streams in a album its first day selling 90 million globally.

Here’s a few takeaways that we learned about Drake’ interview with “The Hollywood Reporter.”

On his obsession for Ozark:

My taste in television or movies is always kind of similar to my approach to music, which is, I like when people really hit the nail on the head with real human emotions. So with Ozark, it’s just the family dynamic. The arguments. The love. The struggles. I really relate to how accurate it is
On him and Future co-producing film and TV projects with more niche like A24’s The Florida Project
That was one of my favorite things I’d seen in a long time, just because it taught me something about a world I would never think of and what it was like to live there. It was just very pure and very human


On how a successful rapper should evolve:

Being a young black guy, I think there’s definitely the chance to get typecast. But I also have been pretty adamant about showing range. I try to show it through different outlets, like Saturday Night Live, showing people that I can be funny. When I get back into acting, I want to do things that make people go, ‘Wow, I didn’t expect that.’ Like, it’s nice to hear you say, ‘You know, I didn’t expect you to like those thing.

For the full interview check out the link below . . .

Drake’s Hotline to Hollywood: Inside an Ambitious Push Into Film and TV


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