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With his biracial, half-Canadian and half-American roots and a career rooted in playing an injured high school athlete on Degrassi: The Next Generation, the rapper born Aubrey Drake Graham seems like an unlikely candidate for hip-hop’s latest great hope. Yet with his self-released 2007 mix tape Comeback Season, Drake began to emerge as just that, catching the attention of of superstars such as Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Mary J. Blige before he’d even released his first album. With starring roles on two of 2009’s inescapable hip-hop singles, his own “Best I Ever Had” and Young Money Entertainment’s “Every Girl,” his career trajectory shows no signs of letting up. In 2010, he certified his superstar status with Thank Me Later, one of the biggest sellers of the year. Like early Kanye, Drake’s persona bridges the gap between street smarts and backpacker emo. He sings as nimbly as he raps, and with his background in acting, he has all the elements to emerge as a future multi-threat.

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