Drake

Drake Tour 2018

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About Drake

Drake is a Canadian recording artist. He has been nominated for several awards including Grammys. He won several awards, including two Juno Awards in 2010 for Best New Artist and Rap Recording of the Year. Drake shot to global fame upon the release of his critically acclaimed 2009 mixtape So Far Gone. The EP became the fifth best selling rap album of 2009. In addition to making his own music, Drake has also written for other artists in the industry such as Alicia Keys, Jamie Foxx and more. In 2010, he embarked on his first headlining concert tour, titled the Away From Home Tour. Drake's second tour was the Club Paradise Tour. Playing over 60 shows in North America and Europe, the tour began in February 2012. On June 17, 2013, Drake announced a 41-city North American Tour with Miguel and Future.