This year, Drake celebrated his 36th birthday with a bang. On October 24th, a well-attended celebration was held at Sexy Fish, an Asian restaurant in Miami.
Knowing the Canadian artist, the event was lavish and star-studded. Several of his collaborators, including 21 Savage, DJ Khaled, and Lil Baby, were said to be present. Drake introduced 21 Savage as his friend and brother, saying, “By the way, I wasn’t invited to this show. Nobody at Morehouse invited me to perform. Drake says in the video for “Her Loss,” a collaboration album between Drake and 21 Savage:
“My brother brought me here, so make some noise for 21 Savage.”
The album will be released on October 28th.
The now-36-year-old rapper was reportedly giving away designer items to his guests, including Chanel bags and a Rolex watch. Numerous prizes were available, including $10,000 in cash and $5,000 in gift cards.
In addition to real money, Drake had $500 bills printed with his face on them as party favors.
The Champagne Papi was serving everyone overflowing booze and showering everyone with gifts, which was ironic given that he was supposed to be the one receiving the gifts.
According to reports, Drake, born Aubrey Drake Graham, visited the venue, which was renamed “Sexy Gyal” for the night.
He had a brief moment with his family as Adonic Graham, his song, greeted him and sang him “Happy Birthday.” Drake’s mother, Sophie Brussaux, filmed the five-year-old, and the video was later uploaded to his Instagram Story.
According to reports, his birthday is right around the corner from Drake’s, and he just celebrated his fifth birthday last week.
Drake has made friends and acquaintances in the industry because he is both a musician and an actor. His successful career started in 2006, when he released his first mixtape, “Room for Improvement.”
He has four Grammy Awards and 47 nominations as of this writing. He has received 29 Billboard Music Awards, including Artist of the Decade at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.
He’s worked with some of the biggest names in music, including DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, and Future.