Drake honours Tupac Shakur

Drake honors Tupac Shakur

Drake, the well-known American rapper, has acquired a one-of-a-kind and historically significant piece of hip-hop history.

The valued possession is none other than the gold, ruby, and diamond crown ring. This ring was worn by the late Tupac Shakur during his final public appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards in September 1996.

The talented Canadian musician made headlines when he paid a whopping $1,016,000 for the legendary ring at a Sotheby’s auction. The ring’s initial estimated value was under $200,000, making Drake’s purchase a very exceptional and valuable addition to his distinguished collection.

This Sotheby’s auction, dedicated solely to hip-hop artifacts, was an important component of the celebrations marking the genre’s 50th anniversary.

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Drake purchased Tupac Shakur’s symbolic ring on his “It’s All a Blur Tour” with 21 Savage. While the rapper kept fans guessing by teasing the release of his upcoming album, “All the Dogs,” exact specifics about its release date remain unknown.

Furthermore, Drake has remained active in the artistic realm, lately releasing a poetry book and a new song named “Search & Rescue.” He has collaborated with musicians such as J Hus and Young Thug, and he also made a guest appearance on Travis Scott’s “Meltdown,” which appears on the album “Utopia.”

As the hip-hop culture evolves, Drake’s significant commitment to preserving its rich tradition is significant and continues to attract enthusiasts and fans alike.