If Drake’s Music Wasn’t Basic Enough – Check Out His Corny Mansion

Drake’s mansion looks even more bland and uninspiring than his music. And it’s curiously tailored for a troubling demographic. It’s time for Drake to grow up and it’s time for his fans to wake up.

The only thing worse than Drake's music is his taste for interior design. | Source: Chris Delmas / AFP

  • Drake showcased his mansion in a recent magazine article.
  • His mansion is just as bland and unoriginal as his music.
  • It looks like a shopping mall–probably to attract the type of females he courts.

While unemployment rates skyrocket and many people wonder how they’ll pay rent, Drake decided it was a great time to flaunt his wealth. The Canadian rapper showed the Architectural Digest his Toronto mansion, and much like his music, it’s entirely unexceptional.

Drake should spend a little more time behind that piano, instead of in front of it. | Source: Instagram

Simply put: If auto-tune were a building, it would be Drake’s house.

Drake’s Mansion Looks Like the Inside of a Shopping Mall

Drake showcased some of the pictures from the article on his Instagram page, and it’s not clear what ‘look’ he’s going for. At certain points, it captures an ‘ultimate man cave’ vibe. At other points, it gives off a ’21st-century billionaire in the city’ vibe. But all too often, it feels like Drake went to the most basic mall in all of the suburbs and said: “This is me.”

Just look at his staircase. Does that not look like the inside of a Macy’s?

Drake’s house probably smells like a Cinnabon. | Source: Instagram

Just like his music, Drake knows a thing or two about doing the same thing over and over again. Check out his foyer; it looks like he bought it at the fanciest Target in all of the land.

Oh, look, another spikey ball. | Source: Instagram

Of course, no mall would be complete without a Foot Locker:

Everyone leaves Drake’s house with a free pair of socks. | Source: Instagram

His kitchen looks like it was imported straight from a catalog.

What’s for dinner tonight, Drake? Plastic apples? | Source: Instagram

Drake’s Mansion Has Some Cool Moments, Too

Of course, just like his music, the Champagne Papi occasionally has some style and originality. I don’t know what this room is, but it looks like a fun place to sit.

Drake: “Look directly into the center and repeat ‘Drake’s house is really cool.'” | Source: Instagram

The crown jewel of Drake’s home is this amber paradise. It’s one of the few places in his house that doesn’t feel ripped from somewhere else. Maybe he had one of his creative friends, like The Weeknd or Kendrick Lamar, design it.

Finally, a room that isn’t furnished from a catalog. | Source: Instagram

Why Would the Champagne Papi Want to Live in a Mall?

You probably aren’t wondering why Drake’s mansion looks utterly devoid of creativity. If you listen to a few of his records, that should become abundantly clear. He sounds exactly the same on 90% of his songs. His voice isn’t fit for public consumption until it’s been drenched in auto-tune and polished by an army of sound engineers.  He doesn’t even write his own lyrics.

But let’s forget about his lack of artistry for a moment. Why does Drake want to live in a shopping mall? Well, perhaps because that’s where he goes to pick up his lovers.

Drake has a troubling history of courting girls who aren’t old enough to vote. The “Young Papi’ is out here trying to pick up ‘young mamis.’ It makes sense that he would try to make them feel more comfortable by designing his house for them.

Drake told the Architectural Digest:

I wanted the structure to stand firm for 100 years.

We just want your girlfriends to stand firm for 18 years before you court them.

He adds:

It will be one of the things I leave behind, so it had to be timeless and strong.

This house is neither timeless nor strong, which makes it the perfect addition to Drake’s legacy.

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Last modified: September 23, 2020 1:49 PM
Aaron is the U.S. editor of CCN.com located in Los Angeles. He has been a professional writer and comedian for over ten years. After graduating with honors from Western Michigan University, he's written extensively for newspapers, websites, and various TV shows and web series. Email: [email protected] LinkedIn profile.
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