Lost footage of Drake is being turned into a film soon to hit cinemas!

The documentary uses previously unseen footage from the Jewish rapper’s 2009 concert tour, and is titled Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage. The film hits select theaters next week, March 19, for what is being billed as a one-night only concert series.

Jas Prince, CEO of Young Empire Music Group said, “When I first listened to Drake I had no idea he was on a hit show, I just fell in love with his sound and talent – it was unique and like nothing I had ever heard before. I told him during our first conversation I would make him a star. This film documents the beginning of that journey.”

Fathom Events Vice President of Programming Kymberli Frueh-Owens said, “Drake is an incredibly talented and dynamic performer. We are extremely pleased to bring this newly unearthed concert footage to movie theaters nationwide. The exciting part of this piece is that it features Drake at a breakthrough moment in his young career in the rarified air and company of his hometown fans in Toronto.”

SpectiCast Co-founder and President Mark Rupp said, “SpectiCast is proud to be the worldwide distributor of this film. Drake is an international superstar and we are excited to showcase him at the start of his mammoth career. This rare footage is a must-see for every Drake fan across the globe.”

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