With fame and fortune come the finer things in life.
The Canadian rapper has built a pretty epic real estate portfolio, too, including a $100 million mansion in Toronto.
The 36-year-old joined forces with home designer and builder Ferris Rafauli to help create the amazing pad.
Sitting on two acres of land, the 50,000-square-foot estate is fit for a king.
And let’s face it, Drizzy has worked hard to get to where he has, becoming one of the best-selling artists of all time, with album sales topping 170 million.
So, the king gets what the king wants, and at the center of his plush home is a huge kitchen decked out with an equally huge black-and-white marble island.
He’s kept the monochrome color scheme with a range of matching cooking equipment and utensils, including a huge refrigerator.
But, to break up the black-and-white color scheme, Champagne Papi has opted for a splash of color by adding navy chairs to the space.
The rapper’s clearly fond of his taste, as he used the kitchen as part of his music video for ‘Toosie Slide’.
Monochrome is clearly Drake’s thing, as the theme extends into his luxury lounge.
In this living space, there’s a grand piano and a massive marble double-sided fireplace with rows of gray sofas and chairs.
His mansion also has different corridors leading to other rooms, including one with neon lights and a light blue door.
Again, he documented this in the video for his hit ‘Tootside Slide’.
Moving outside, Drake’s multimillion-dollar estate also features a 10-car garage and a spacious driveway to house his expansive fleet of vehicles.
Wonder if the Virgil Abloh Mercedes-Maybach concept that featured in the music video for ‘Sticky’ is in his garage.
The crib also features a special “awards room” and an indoor custom “OVO” NBA regulation-sized basketball court that even Michael Jordan would be proud of.
A massive sports fan, Drake has an impressive basketball jersey collection, which he shows off in the Tootie Slide video as the camera pans over his lounge and living space.
It’s safe to say, OVO is living his best life – and fair play to him.