Drake Announces He Will Retire From Music After ‘Views From The 6’ To Return To Acting

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TORONTO – Views From The 6, Drake’s longly awaited 4th studio album, is said to be his last album before retiring from Music. The statement came directly from the Canadian rapper, Zeno admitted to reporters that he just wanted to focus on something else, his first true love—acting.

Before Drake began rapping, he starred in the Canadian hit tv show “Degrassi: The Next Generation”, where he played the role of wheelchair Jimmy. “I want to act again. I feel like I had a good run with music. I just want to act now. I want to star in movies, I’ve always loved acting, I feel like I should do it. I would love to play a superhero in a Marvel movie, better yet I would love to appear back in Degrassi.” Drake told reporters. Drake also told reporters that it was always his plan to retire from music after his 4th album, and that he even hinted it in his Take Care song “Lord Knows”, by saying “My Junior and Senior would only get meaner”, referring to his junior and senior albums, with Views From The 6 being his senior album.

We’re assuming Drake fans are devastated to hear about Drake’s alleged music retirement, but figured that his fans would love to see him acting. The situation is similar to when Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson left the WWE to Pursue an acting career, which has now proven to be a great choice for The Rock after starring in countless Classic movies.

Drake also told reporters that he was going to make sure his upcoming Views From The 6 album would be “unforgettable” and indeed “Meaner”, as he said in ‘Lord Knows’. Drake will no doubt be known as one of the greatest music artists of his time. Fans, please savor Views From The 6, for it is his last.

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