Drizzy Drake, the No. 1 rapper in the world right now, has professed his love for the culture from the start of his career. I remember seeing him on a tour bus playing “Bad Man Forward Bad Man Pull Up” for his Young Money label mates a while back. Lately it seems Drake’s music has been heavily dancehall-inspired, in sound and slang. We’re all for him throwing a little patois into a song like the Rihanna collaboration “Too Good” in tribute to Popcaan, but some would say the Toronto native tek di ting too far. Go easy, rude bwoy.
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