Is Drake Planning to Retire? Drake Has Spilled All About the Future of His Music Career in a New Interview!
Drake has been taking the world by storm for the past few years, as he keeps climbing the charts, sells millions of copies of his album, and has billions of streams on music platforms. Even though he has been successful, it seems like the rapper is going to stop making music soon, as he hinted in an interview.
Hip-Hop DX says that the singer of “In Your Feelings” recently did an interview with Lil Yachty on “A Moody Conversation.” The two rappers sat down on a beach-themed set and talked about their music.
In a teaser video, the singer said that he was at a point in his life where he wanted to talk about a “graceful exit.”
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“I think I'm at the point where I just want to be like, and I think we might have talked about this before. I feel like I'm kind of introducing the idea of a graceful exit to my mind, ” he told to Lil Yachty.
Drake told the outlet that he wanted to stop making music by the time he was 35. But the musician is now 36, and it doesn't look like he's going to stop any time soon.
Last year, the rapper told Nicki Minaj‘s “Queen Radio” that he's thinking about whether or not to retire. He said that he loves the feeling of finishing a project and that he's not at a point where he's ready to retire.
“Getting a song or project done is one of the best feelings I have had in my life. And, by the way, those things hurt, too. There were a lot of nerves and shaky faith, “said the hip-hop star.
Even though he said it was “painful,” the rapper seems to have found his groove because his new album shows he has reached a “new level of comfortability” where he wants to try things he never did before.
Fans who wanted to see Drake's full interview with Lil Yachty will be able to do so on Friday, February 24. The video is a promotion for Future Mood, Lil Yachty's new sunglasses company.
Drake is very busy in and out of the music business, so it's not clear when he will leave the business for good. Fans were happy when the rapper put out two albums last year: “Honestly, Nevermind” and “Her Loss,” which was a collaboration with 21 Savage and topped the Billboard charts.