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Drake | The Champagne Papi
Aubrey Drake Graham, commonly known as Drake, was born in October 1986 in Canada. The rapper, singer, and actor has become one of the most influential figures in popular music. He is known for producing some of the biggest hits and breaking many records.
The journey of great music production started when he released his debut mixtape, “Room For Improvement”, in 2006. He released several mixtapes until he partnered up with Young Money Entertainment.
His first three albums, Thank Me Later (2010), Take Care (2011), and Nothing Was the Same (2013), were all significant successes and set a new base for the upcoming world of hip-hop. However, things started to get crazily good for him with the release of his fourth album, Views (2016). The songs stood atop the Billboard 200 for 13 long weeks, making it the first album by any male to do so in a decade. It also featured the viral song "One Dance."
In 2018, Drake released his double album Scorpion, featuring "God's Plan," which was on the Billboard Hot 100 for a long time. Since then, he has achieved new heights of success with every song he releases.
Drake's NOCTA x Nike
The Champagne and Purple coloured Nike Hot Step Air Terra was first seen on the Instagram page of Drake. The striking lavender tones make it look premium and fashionable from every angle.
The Nike ACG-inspired sneaker comes with a padded and premium leather upper. It not only makes the details pop up but also comforts the consumers. The small details, like the matching laces and mesh tongues with contrasting black sock liners, make it a dream shoe for every sneakerhead. In addition, the gold decorations throughout the shoe make it an elegant shoe. It has a sculpted midsole and icy translucent outsole that makes every step feel easy.
Drake's NOCTA x Nike Basketball Collection
Drake has always been a basketball fan and it helped shape the Canadian singer's life. He is often seen at most Toronto Raptors games throughout every N.B.A. season. Thus, it was high time the rapper got into producing collaborative clothes with Nike.