After reaching one million followers on Twitter, Drake checked in with his fans via Ustream from his Toronto condo overlooking the city. The Young Money Millionaire showed off his fancy chandelier, photos of Aaliyah and Alicia Keys on the wall, and even gave viewers a peek of his view from above.
Drizzy, sipping his “summer drink” of Pinot Grigio mixed with club soda, revealed the title of his upcoming R&B mixtape It’s Never Enough.
“I never really make love ballads, like sappy love ballads,” he explained. “I try to make songs that everybody can feel comfortable listening to. So that’s coming out soon for free.”
He also announced the Welcome Home Weezy concert in November, flipped through some risqué photos in The Big Butt Book, provided an update on how his mother is doing after surgery, and called a bunch of super-excited fans.
A fitting homecoming is already being planned for Lil Wayne. The day after he is expected to be released from jail, the Cash Money rapper will celebrate by throwing a welcome home concert.
Drake made the announcement during his Ustream session on Thursday, saying it would take place on November 5, but an exact location was not disclosed. Drizzy has a show the day before in Los Angeles and the day after in Las Vegas. Lil Wayne is serving his time at Rikers Island in New York.
“Undisclosed location, November 5, the Welcome Home Weezy concert,” said Wayne’s protégé while sipping on Pinot Grigio in his Toronto crib. “You might as well camp out at all different locations. That’s gonna be crazy.”
Lil Wayne has been serving time for weapons charges since March. He is expected to be released on November 4. His EP, I Am Not a Human Being, will arrive on his 28th birthday on September 27.