Drake Newark Tickets
If you are interested in rap music then it is time for you to fasten your seatbelts as Drake is about to join Future for his ‘Summer Sixteen Tour.’ Yes! You read that right, the Grammy winning artist will be heading to the Prudential Center in support of his latest record ‘Views’ that topped the charts in multiple countries and featured a couple of hit singles, Hotline Bling and One Dance. Over the course of six years since his debut, Drake has become a prominent figure in rap music and has done nothing but release hits for his fans to enjoy. This is your chance now to catch him in person so grab your Drake Newark tickets and watch the duo perform live.
It is not easy to make an impression in rap music but it only took one Extended Play, ‘So Far Gone’ for Drake to announce his arrival in a big way. He has released several chart topping hits during his career including, Over, Forever and Headlines and is the recipient of the Hal David Starlight Award.
Drake: The rise
Drake started out as an actor by playing a role of Jimmy Brooks in a Canadian television series, ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation.’ He later started to take interest in music and released a string of successful mixtapes which led to him catching the attention of the Grammy Award winning artist, Lil Wayne. He later signed with his record label, Young Money Entertainment and Drake took off from there to become one of the biggest names in rap.
Reaching to the top
During his time in the music industry, Drake has released a total of four studio albums all of which have topped the charts in the U.S and Canada. ‘Take Care’ became his best selling record to date and earned him a Grammy for the ‘Best Rap Album’. His latest record, ‘Views’ was also a major hit which received four stars out of five by The Guardian. Furthermore he has won five Juno Awards in total. The artist is now gearing up for his tour so if you like rap music then this is your chance to catch him in person. Grab your Drake Newark tickets and watch him as he tears the roof down at the Prudential Center.