Drake just broke records, on records, on records with his new mixtape, and he's only getting started for 2015.
His fourth album, Views From The 6, is expected to arrive this spring, and before that, you can catch the Toronto rapper in a movie theater near you.
"Drake's Homecoming: The Lost Footage" is set to debut in approximately 350 select movie theaters nationwide on Thursday, Mar. 19. The one-night only concert special will include footage of Drizzy that was filmed before he signed with Cash Money Records/YMCMB, and was previously thought to be lost.
"The Lost Footage" will center around his homecoming concert at Toronto’s Sound Academy in 2009, along with additional behind-the-scenes videos and interviews with Rap-a-Lot Records CEO James Prince and his son Jas Prince, who initially introduced Drake to Lil Wayne.
"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," Jas Prince said in a statement. "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.”
Tickets for the "Drake's Homecoming: The Lost Footage" will be available at local box offices and at FathomEvents.com.