Drake Delivers Halloween Rap, Performs on 'SNL': Watch
Not surprisingly, Drake shined as an actor and musical artist on "Saturday Night Live" last night (Oct. 15), performing two songs from his forthcoming "Take Care" and rapping about stealing kids' candy on Halloween.
In the latter, Drizzy and Jay Pharoah invaded "Weekend Update" as two adults dressed up like Teen Wolf and performed a song called "Bag Jackin'." "I would trick or treat, but I'm too old now/So I snatch your bag so I don't look like a pedophile," Drake rapped (sidenote: Pharoah's delivery makes him a solid wingman for Drizzy's flow, no?)
Drake also played himself in a Digital Short with Andy Samberg in which he, among other things, sported a particularly hideous sweater.
Of course, Drake was also game on the performing side, tearing through "Headlines" and bringing out Nicki Minaj for the just-released "Make Me Proud."
"Take Care," which was due to drop Oct. 24, now has a Nov. 15 release date.