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New website traces Drake's life from the bottom up

Yes, there's an animated lint roller - and the gripping story behind Drake's small town Shopper's Drug Mart video shoot. Toronto based company Pilot Interactive have launched a virtual timeline of Drake's life, from hockey to Degrassi to inspired facial tattoos and beyond.

Rather than fan-zoning the project (though Pilot must be either as #teamdrake as us or very ambitious), there are some good digs, including at the Toronto rapper's taste in interior design - which might lose these Drake scholars a spot at future Grammy-drinking parties at Drizzy's place. Or not. Drake seems pretty into making fun of Drake.

The website goes on to question Drake's football affiliation (is he an Argo's fan, or what? Hmm, I'm already bored) and then ends with a virtual hug, and a nod to all the huge names in hip hop Drake has brought to Toronto.

To learn more about Drake's $6,000 dice game and to keep up with the Joneses of Drake lore, spend some time on startedfromthebottom.ca. But do it discreetly, or your boss might send you back to the bottom - a place likely not as cute and stocked with ice-cream as Drake's. At least that's not soft ice cream in baby Aubrey's grip.


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