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This is what the inside of Drake's new plane looks like

You've already seen what Air Drake looks like when it's chilling in a bunker — no rental, no timeshare — and it's a pretty darned gorgeous plane, with its custom OVO owl and prayer hands logos stenciled across the exterior.

Now, you can take a thorough look inside Drizzy's personal Boeing 767 courtesy of those lucky enough to be invited onboard.

The Toronto born rapper just took his new (at least $185 million) jumbo jet for its maiden flight, as revealed by his good friend DJ Akademiks, to Turks and Caicos.

Tour of Drakes new plane

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Video footage posted by Akademiks and other members of Drake's crew to Instagram show just how ballin' the Grammy-winner's new ride really is.

The man literally has an entire house in the sky, and then some, with multiple bedrooms, his own private living room and a sprawling cabin area filled with plush wraparound couches and leather recliners.

The public cabin boasts wall-to-wall carpeting, tons of mirrors, dining areas, work areas and what looks like a big screen TV or projector, all of it surrounded by sleek, shiny hardwood and gold.

Drake was joined by at least half-a-dozen friends on his most-recent trip. They can be seen in the background of several videos enjoying catered meals and living large on their incredibly successful friend's sky palace.

"Supporting home grown businesses has always been a top priority of mine, so when an opportunity came up to get involved with Cargojet, a great Canadian company I was honoured to do so," wrote Drake on Twitter Monday afternoon of his most-recent acquisition.

We, the fans, wait with baited breath to hear more about Air Drake on upcoming tracks... and maybe to watch it take off from Hamilton sometime.

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