*Drake, also known by his full, mama-given name, Aubrey Drake Graham, recently took life to a whole ‘nother level in an interview with GQ Magazine.
The Canadian-born rapper talked about his emotions, which he’s obviously very open about, when it comes to women and love. He explained that his rap style defies society’s normal standard and get over that hyper-masculinity mantra the culture has created since being established.
He also discussed his relationship with his father, along with his own style of rap.
“Me and my dad are friends. We’re cool. I’ll never be disappointed again, because I don’t expect anything anymore from him. I just let him exist, and that’s how we get along. We laugh. We have drinks together. But I spent too many nights looking by the window, seeing if the car was going to pull up. And the car never came.”
He was also queried about being tired of “just getting p**sy”:
“There’s just a time where it was like, just getting p**sy. Where I was in that sort of ‘I’m young, I’m going to disconnect from my emotions and just do what everyone else tells me I should do and just be a rapper and have my fun.’ And for me as a person, it just doesn’t work. I just need something else. The seconds after a man reaches climax, that’s like the realest moment of your life. If I don’t want you next to me in that fifteen, twenty seconds, then there’s something wrong.”
Read the full interview at GQ.