Drake is really not kidding around with these billboards. Earlier this week, a Drizzy and Kanye West collaboration was made even realer, when a new billboard appeared in Los Angeles. The advertisement teased the upcoming project with text reading, "Calabasas is the new Abu Dhabi". The piece also had Drake's praying hands and West's GOOD Music logo, stamped at the bottom.
After the appearance of the Kanye-related poster, another Drake-themed billboard popped up. This time, the focal point was his lyric from the Views cut, "Grammys". Of course, the lyric is also a reference to the shirt-hating Toronto rapper, Top5.
For any normal human being, purchasing this much ad space would be satisfactory. But as we should all know, Drake is not a normal human being. The 6 God now has two more billboards hanging over the streets. The first was posted to Aubrey's official Instagram, and shouts out his homeland.
Another massive poster was spotted by media insider, Karen Civil. Fans will remember these images from OVO Sound Radio's latest episode (where disappointingly, Lil Wayne did not make an appearance). The address attached to the Wayne billboard, is the location of the OVO flagship store.
Only time can tell us what the usage of all of these billboards actually mean. It could also simply be Drake fulfilling his promise of doing his own propaganda.