When Drake raps, “I fly private, so no one tells me to bring my seat up,” he means it in a big way. In 2019, the rapper received a free $185-million Boeing 767 from his longstanding partnership with the Canadian airline, Cargojet, and the plane is decked out in ways you can’t even imagine. The 23-year-old plane has had over $100 million worth of renovations and got a make-over in 2020 by the late fashion designer Virgil Abloh that makes it live up to its name: Air Drake.
The exterior has a lot of nice touches. The sky blue with white clouds are reminiscent of his third studio album Nothing Was the Same. On the bottom, you’ll find a reference to his 2015 mixtape If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, along with his fashion brand OVO’s logo on one side of the tail wing, and the prayer hands on the other that signify his self-appointed name “6 God.”
The TikTok from the account Global Charter goes over all the details via a video tour by DJ Akademics while the plane is in the air. Air Drake is nothing but luxury with room for 30. It has plenty of leather recliner seats, couches, and table seating in purple and white; matching carpeted floors and lamps; wide-screen TVs with projectors and sound systems; multiple private rooms including bedrooms, a living room, and an office — all enveloped in hardwood, gold accents, and plenty of mirrors.
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And with plenty of lyrics about his time in places like Ibiza, Greece, and Dubai, there’s no doubt that the Certified Loverboy is putting the private plane to good use.