WATCH: Drake Gives a Dance-Filled Tour of His Decadent Toronto Mansion in New Video
The home walkthrough was for the rapper's new "Toosie Slide" music video
Just hold on, we’re touring Drake‘s home!
On Thursday, the rapper, 33, debuted the music video for his latest single, “Toosie Slide,” which sees the star practicing a new viral dance routine throughout the lavish rooms in his Toronto mansion.
The sprawling house — designed by Ferris Rafauli, who referred to it as “the Embassy” — was a custom creation commissioned by Drake years ago, built from the ground up with seemingly endless over-the-top amenities.
The home features a full-size basketball court, basement pool, roof terrace and more, some of which appears in the music video’s room-by-room tracking shot.
The video, which was shot literally in house amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, opens showing empty city streets, then transitioning to the “God’s Plan” artist with his face covered with a mask. He struts through a museum-like room that puts his many trophies and accolades on display, including a Grammy (or four!) plus some MTV VMA Moon people statuettes.
Drake gives a shout-out to the late Kobe Bryant by placing a few NBA jerseys on a desk in one room as a tribute. He then proceeds to a lobby-like foyer topped with a striking chandelier, which he dances under. The room also has KAWS artworks stationed in the corners.
Keeping the home tour going, Drake next dances next to a colorful piano before heading to a modern-looking kitchen, a large, polished, all-white cooking and eating space.
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Toward the close of the video, the rapper walks fans through his jaw-dropping indoor pool areas, complete with mood lighting, mirrors and private spa rooms.
The enormous estate’s exterior is showcased at the end of the music video, lit up, naturally, by an extravagant nighttime fireworks display.