Drake Inglewood Tickets
Drake came to prominence back in 2001, as a disabled former basketball star, on the hit Canadian television show, “Degrassi: The Next Generation”. Back then he was only fifteen years old, and his family had been going through some hard times, forcing him to quit school and get a job. However that role would eventually help him get a foothold in the entertainment industry and when he left the show in 2005, he dived straight in to making music. His first mixtape came out a year later and by 2010 he had released his debut album, “Thank Me Later”. Now you can see him in concert, live at The Forum, if you just book your Drake Inglewood tickets.
The hip hop industry is on the rise and it is all down to the wealth of talented artists that have been making one hit song after another in recent years. One of the biggest names in the industry these days is that of Drake, whose unique rapping style, as well as distinctive song writing technique has made him a world renowned artist and one of the highest earning rappers in history.
Started from the bottom
Aubrey Drake Graham was born in 1986 and had a difficult upbringing, as his parents divorced when he was really young. He lived in rough neighborhoods, and dropped out of high school at a young age, yet he knew he needed to make something of his life to help his mother. So he joined the cast of a television show called “Degrassi: The Next Generation” in 2001, which laid the groundwork for his future music career.
Now we’re here
Drake released his first mixtape, “Room for Improvement” in 2006 and followed it up with “Comeback Season” the very next year. By the time he released his debut album, “Thank Me Later” in 2010, he had managed to release another mixtape, an extended play and a compilation album as well.
These eventually helped make his debut record a super hit, as it topped the music charts in Canada and the US and was certified platinum in both countries as well. Now you can catch him on stage, if you just grab your Drake Inglewood tickets and head on down to The Forum for his thrilling show.