Aubrey “Drake” Graham Talks About His Songwriting Using Blackberry

June 24th, 2010 - 7:50 pm ICT by GD  

By Gina Gomez
aubreyJune 24, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The viewers of MTV saw Aubrey Graham known by his stage name Drake in a new documentary named “Drake: Better Than Good Enough” on Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The fans of the singer learnt many new things about him.

The information about the rapper which fascinated everyone the most was that the Grammy nominated singer uses his Blackberry phone while writing any lyrics of a song as the singer says he is too lazy to pen down anything on pen and paper.

The documentary showed the producer and engineer Noah Shebib saying that Aubrey Graham’s “All Raps For Eternity” had been in a Blackberry and he also added that if the “So Far Gone” artist did not have a Blackberry, then they would search for somebody who had one.

Even the producer had dummy Blackberry’s if they wanted him to write any lyrics. The rapper said in the documentary, “I can’t write my raps on paper” and he included that his hands were made for touching the keys of Blackberry.

The viewers watched in the “Drake: Better Than Good Enough” how Aubrey Graham uses his Blackberry phone for referring to the lyrics. The star said that using smart phones is a start of something which is going to be “legendary” in future. Aubrey Graham also talked about his personal take on success.

Aubrey Graham’s latest release “Thank Me Later” hit the stores on June 15, 2010 where the singer collaborated with Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, T.I. and Lil Wayne to create this album, making it top the Billboard 200 chart in the very first week.

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