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When a female fan calls for help from people at the Saddle Ranch to rap in the Rihanna single, Drizzy gets up to the stage and takes the mic.
Going shirtless in a photo he posted on Instagram, the Canadian rapper showed a tattoo of his idol's face on his back.
In a tribute to California, Canadian-native Drizzy is seen enjoying the warm, breezy weather of the West Coast area while driving his car around the town.
This year's NBC New Year concert will also see live performances by Cee-Lo Green and Tony Bennett, and will highlight special segments featuring Jimmy Fallon and Ricky Gervais.
The 'Headlines' rapper will begin the tour to promote 'Take Care' on February 14 next year and continue it by heading to Europe in March.
Drizzy no longer works with International Creative Management, but continues to be managed by people from Hip Hop Since 1978.
Drizzy thanks his loyal fans for helping him win the race to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200 by tweeting, 'I can't even find the words to express my appreciation.'
'I found the sample and I started piecing it together the story, where I'm at in my life,' Drizzy reveals the early stage of his next project.
Drizzy and Ashley are joined by Audrina Patridge, Christina Milian, Travis McCoy, JoJo, Busta Rhymes, and Nick Cannon on the magenta carpet.
Predicted to sell more than half a million copies with his second studio album, Drizzy will likely score the third-largest sales week of the year behind Lady GaGa and Lil Wayne.
Talking about the song which should have happened in his newly-released studio album, Drizzy says that it 'was gonna be dope' with 'a solid little look.'
Drizzy says, 'I want Wayne to come out on stage with a mic and I'm gonna have a mic, and we're gonna have both our DJs, and we're gonna battle song-for-song and see who the people love more.'
Drizzy and Weezy pull the plug on their planned collaborative project because they don't want to be compared to Jiggaman and Kanye West.
'It's only gonna help me, not hurt me. So I'm looking forward to hearing the feedback from everyone,' Drizzy says of the 'Take Care' premature arrival.
The newly-leaked songs include the title track which has Rihanna on the hook, Rick Ross-assisted 'Lord Knows', and The Weeknd-featured 'Crew Love'.