Drake's always one to make money moves, but letting fans into his property seems like an extra step ahead. Moreover, the Toronto superstar recently put his home studio up for rent on the popular recording space app StuFinder. Not only that, but an hour in Drizzy's studio costs a staggering $250,000 dollars, so those sessions better be quick. Still, the listing mentions that all custom recording equipment forms part of the price, making it almost all-access. Amid new music releases and more on the way, an engineer and Drake feature won't come with the hourly price range, and likely costs a lot extra.
Furthermore, the 36-year-old recently showed a new song "Rescue Me" on Sound 42's latest episode of The Fry Yiy Show on SiriusXM. What's more is that, beyond excitement for a new record, he sampled a voice clip from Kim Kardashian. That already would've been enough to stir the pot. However, she actually talks about her divorce from Kanye West in the clip, adding another layer to their civil war. "I didn't come this far, just to come this far and not be happy. Remember that," she remarks in the snippet.
Drake's Studio Available For $250K An Hour
Still, it'll take some further convincing to fully win Drake fans in Latin America back, for reasons that neither a studio rental nor new song can replace. The 6 God unfortunately fell victim to some festival mishaps for his Lollapalooza shows throughout March. For example, his Argentina set was reportedly late, shortened, and blocked from the festival's typical livestream, resulting in disappointment. Things escalated further when he canceled his headlining slot in Brazil, only to be spotted in Miami partying with 50 Cent the night before. Despite fan outcry, that's not necessarily (or probably) the reason why he changed plans.
Meanwhile, another unreleased track also has fans ready for even more new Drake music after two albums last year. "I need someone to be patient with me / Someone to get money, would not take it from me," he raps on an Instagram snippet. "They don't even need to be as famous as me / I don't think I meet 'em at the places I be / But deep down I think about you all day, mami." Maybe that kind of excitement is what might prompt artists to create their own OVO-tinged magic in the superstar's studio. Regardless, come back to HNHH for the latest news and updates on Drake.