Drake has said his mother - who helped him become a success - is the ''most important person'' is life, and he has no problems showing his sensitivity in his music.
Drake's mother is the ''most important person'' in his life.
The 26-year-old rapper credits Sandi Graham with helping him achieve his dreams, and she helped inspire some of the lyrics on his new record 'Nothing Was the Same'.
He told the Huffington Post: ''My mother is an incredible woman. I talk about her a lot on this album.
''She's brought me to this point single-handedly ... She's the most important person in my life.''
Drake showed his appreciation for his mother when he gave her his Grammy Award for Best Rap Album - which he won for 'Take Care' earlier this year - and she has plans to start properly putting his things on display.
He added: ''It's in her kitchen now. One day she's going to put some shelves up in her house and start displaying some stuff.''
The musician - whose real name is Aubrey Graham - also dismissed the hip-hop cliches, insisted he has no problem being criticised for his sensitivity because it means he's not going off the rails.
He explained: ''I'm just being me, and part of being me is being in touch with emotion. That's all I write about. If I didn't write about my emotions, I don't know what else I would write about.
''I'd make songs about generic things that nobody could relate to and I probably wouldn't be in this position that I'm in right now.''
''I'm emotional, yeah, I guess. Let that be the worst thing in my life, please, not something like drug charges and God knows what else.''
In 1947, Dalton (Bryan Cranston) is the film industry's top-paid screenwriter, so of course the House Un-American Activities Commission goes after...
Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies graphic novel has been made into a film.
Sir Elton's new album, 'Wonderful Crazy Night', came out the next day.
The video for 'Hymn For the Weekend' was filmed in Mumbai, India.
Three more seasons to go for this adored comedy.
LeBlanc was announced as one of Chris Evans' co-hosts on the brand new 'Top Gear' on Thursday.
New York trio Fun Lovin' Criminals first made an impact back in 1996 with the release of their since acclaimed debut LP Come Find Yourself.
This lively romp is entertaining enough to amuse the audience even when it veers off the rails.