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Checkout Drake's magnificent mansion located in Toronto

Canadian rapper Aubrey Drake Graham, otherwise known as Drake, was born on October 24, 1986.

Drake released his debut studio album Thank Me Later in 2010, which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200.

As of 2020, Drake's net worth is estimated to be roughly $170 million (about R2.6 Billion); making him one of the richest rappers in the world, and he's currently signed to Lil Wayne's company, Young Money Entertainment.

Drake bought a two-acre plot of land in Toronto’s ultra-lux Bridle Path neighborhood back in 2016 and revealed plans for a palace-like mansion to call home.

The mansion was featured on his music video, Toosie Slide.

Drake insists, “It’s overwhelming high luxury. That message is delivered through the size of the rooms and the materials and details of the floors and the ceilings."

This priceless mansion is made up of only the classiest of materials such as limestone, exotic wood and bronze.

In the master bedroom, you will find Rafauli incorporated a hummingbird tapestry by Alexander McQueen for The Rug Company into the bedding. Rafauli custom carpet and the bed is by Hästens x Ferris Rafauli.

The master bath features a custom made Nero Marquina marble vanity and tub.

A suspended cantilevered block marble stair is adorned with chandeliers by Rafauli.

Over the pool, a backlit slab of Nero Assoluto granite offers interchangeable atmosphere lighting.

This amaizing lighting is extended to the studio lounge where a backlit panel of brown agate semi-precious stone softly illuminates the walls.

He even has a room dedicated to awards he collected over the years.

Drake worked side by side with renowned architect Ferris Rafauli to design this giant structure with his hobbies in mind, such as this official NBA-size basket ball court.

The striking interiors, the lavish amenities, and the nods to different design eras make this mansion a truly one of a kind architectural masterpiece.


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