Drake Discusses Recording His Album In Marvin’s Room, The Miami Heat Locker Room Situation & More

September 30, 2013 by Danny M

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Last week, Drake was a special guest on ESPN’s “Highly Questionable TV show to chat with Dan Le Batard, Bomani Jones, and Gonzalo Le Batard.

Above, Drizzy talks about what it was like recording his Nothing Was The Same album in Marvin’s Room (Marvin Gaye’s studio), if he ever regrets getting too personal in his music, the story of being rejected access to Miami Heat’s locker room after the NBA Finals, and something that we don’t already know about LeBron James and Johnny Manziel.

In related news, you can watch Drizzy Drake speak to ESPN FC after the jump below about how he got into football/soccer, hanging around with professional players, and more all while playing a game of FIFA 14.

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3 Responses to “Drake Discusses Recording His Album In Marvin’s Room, The Miami Heat Locker Room Situation & More”

  1. Dkc Says:

    Yeah drake just hangout all your dirty laundry
    And within a few years you can cry like the bitch you are for nothaving any privacy

    This feminine borderline gay stuff is just sickening

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  2. Tm Says:

    ^^^^ retard!!

    Reply

  3. Dr. Carl Says:

    How embarrassing

    Reply

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