Drake Has Found His Second Career -- As A Sportscaster

Aubrey stepped in the booth with the Toronto Raptors announcers over the weekend.

We can all probably agree that Drake has a pretty good thing going with music: He had a monstrous 2015 and is preparing to follow that up this year with his new album, Views from the 6, the rollout for which he kicked off on Saturday with the release of "Summer Sixteen."

But if and when he decides to move on, maybe stepping into the announcing booth should be an option.

Just hours after releasing his new song, Aubrey headed to watch his hometown Raptors play the Detroit Pistons and took a break from his courtside seats to join the television broadcast crew and call the game for a bit. He did his thing -- showing off his hoops knowledge, cracking jokes and even doing a little play-by-play. He particularly lost it over this Bismack Biyombo block.

"That boy Bis lookin' for revenge," he said at another point, adapting the refrain from "Summer Sixteen" and applying it to the Raps' big man's game.

"It's funny, when you put this headset on, basketball lingo starts flowing," he joked. "I could get used to this. Rap's not all it's cracked up to be."