Drake has been showing off his mansion lately because of his new videos during quarantine. Now, the Toronto artist is taking people inside his crib further than just his “Toosie Slide” and “When to Say When / Chicago Freestyle” videos thanks to Architectural Digest Magazine.
Nicknamed “The Embassy,” the 50,000 square-foot home in T. Dot, features an NBA regulation-sized indoor basketball court, indoor swimming pool, 3,200-square-foot master-bedroom suite, a great room with 44-foot high ceilings (and grand piano designed by Takashi Murakami), as well as an iteration of Lobmeyr’s Metropolitan chandelier with 20,000 pieces of hand-cut Swarovski crystal, plus more high luxury amenities.
The house was designed by Canadian interior designer Ferris Rafauli.
As far as the compound, Drizzy had a specific purpose for it, especially as it will be left as part of his legacy in Toronto.
“Because I was building it in my hometown, I wanted the structure to stand firm for 100 years. I wanted it to have a monumental scale and feel. It will be one of the things I leave behind, so it had to be timeless and strong.”
There is also an awards room, jersey hallway, kitchen with an island made out of white marble, a 4,000-pound tub made of black marble in the bathroom, two-story closet space and more.
Get a look at all the pics over at Architectural Digest.