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Everything you want to know about Drake, but are too afraid to ask

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Drake is a former child actor, current pop star, and the secular god of memes — even if he disputes that last label. Born Aubrey Drake Graham, the Canadian celebrity has been inescapable, not just for fans of music, but enthusiasts of technology. That's because Drake is a meeting point of the two.

To talk about Drake's give-take relationship with technology — specifically social media — I invited my friend and colleague Jamieson Cox onto this week's episode of What's Tech. Jamieson is one of my favorite music critics, and as an added bonus, shares the same home nation as Drake, and nearly the same birthday. None of this is relevant, but this is my post, gosh dang it, and I'll include what I want.

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