Drake Gives Fans a Tour of His Temporary Home in Toronto

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Drake hosts the NBA Awards Show on June 26, 2017 at Basketball City at Pier 36 in New York City.

Drake has his sights set on a new Toronto home he's dubbed "Drizzy Manor," but while the hip-hop superstar awaits its completion he is tucked away in a luxury high-rise condo and has brought fans inside for a preview of his temporary pad via social media. 

The neutral colored luxury condo features an open concept layout with a large kitchen and walls decorated with different art pieces. "You know, sometimes when you're out here on the road, you just forget like the importance of having a home," the rapper says in a video clip, showing viewers around.

Drake then shows off his unfurnished studio where an LED sign reads "Less Drake, More Tupac" next to a painting of Michael Jackson. "Just peace of mind, you know? Sometimes we all need peace of mind. We all work hard and it’s nice to finally find that," he continues. 

To the surprise of no one, the best feature of his new condo is a view of the CN Tower, the famous Toronto attraction pictured on his 2016 Views album artwork. How fitting. 

Check out Drake's luxe temporary pad below.