Drake to Revive His Favorite Show on Netflix Because He Loved It So Much

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He doesn’t talk about it much, but any one who watched Degressi: The Next Generation knows that Aubrey Graham is multitalented. The crew of the Canadian teen drama had the honor of filming First Take Drake for 145 episodes.

After leaving the show in 2007 to focus on his rap career, Drake has been in front of the camera here and there, appearing in productions like Beyond the Break, Instant Star, Ice Age: Continental Drift, and Think Like a Man Too. Not to mention, his Saturday Night Live appearances have become low-key legendary.

He got a little experience behind the scenes with The Carter Effect which Drake alongside Maverick Carter and Adel Future Nur. “It’s probably the coolest thing I ever got to do. To freeze this moment in time and dress like I own the team. I think this picture says a lot,” Drake said at the film’s premiere. “This is the Carter Effect right here,” he said of the film that premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.

High off of his filming experience with The Carter Effect, Drake has moved on to a bigger venture. The rapper has teamed up with Netflix to revive Top Boy.

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