Here Is Why Drake Is A Legend.
It appears to be winning is only inescapable for Drake. In spite of not presenting any music for the 2023 Grammys, the Toronto rap star actually left with an honor Sunday night. The "Rich Flex" rapper won best melodic rap execution for his visitor appearance on Future's No.1 hit, "Hang tight for U," which likewise includes vocals from Nigerian artist Tems. The track shows up on Future's collection, I Never Preferred You.
Indeed, even without entering any new music, Drake acquired himself four designations this year. Alongside his work on "Hang tight for U," the rapper additionally co-composed and acquired designations for Jack Harlow's "Churchill Downs" and "Warmed" from Beyoncé's collection, Renaissance.
Dissimilar to in years past, Drake quit presenting any work from his most recent independent collection, Truly, Don't bother, or any of its singles like "Jimmy Hooligans," "Tacky," and "Gigantic," for grants. The now five-time Grammy champ has been reproachful of the entertainment pageant previously. He even pulled out his two selections for the 2022 honors.
As indicated by The Hollywood Correspondent, while going to the 2023 Recording Institute Praises, Drake regarded Lil Wayne with a video message — one of the honor's honorees, alongside Missy Elliot and Dr. Dre — and even took a few hits at Grammys while getting it done.
"Goodbye, Grammys. All things considered, I haven't had the opportunity to express that starting around 2016," the rapper said in the video.
He proceeded, "Lil Wayne… I love you to such an extent. I realize I likely get irritating with saying the amount you mean to all of us, however I assume I talk for everyone when I say that our vocations, our rhythms, our songs, perhaps our face tats or our outfits or our choices, as a rule, could never have been something very similar without your regular gift to simply act naturally."