- In 2020, Drake delivered Dark Lane Demo Tapes, an all-inclusive play of unreleased singles which served as a tribute to a side of Toronto he hadn’t shown on records previously.
- The back cover craftsmanship was committed to Anthony “Fif” Soares, an individual from the Toronto Hip Hop people group shot and killed in September 2017.
A long time later, Drizzy has figured out how to respect “Fif” by turning into a tutor to his more youthful sibling, rising rapper Reich. In a component for BlogTO, Riicch disclosed how Drake kept on leading for his killed sibling and then some.
“My sibling is very notable and regarded in the Toronto scene, so when the light is passed down to me, so are a lot of feelings and desire. I truly can’t clarify how I conquered it. However, I can say I took my torment and transformed it into positive energy,” Reich said.
The two met within Fif, and their relationship just filled in the wake of his passing, in any event, playing ball in Drake’s Sanctuary League. Reich says Drake was available for him “in the most obscure time” of his life not long after his sibling passed.
“At the point when my sibling died, a tremendous piece of me died also,” said Reich. “I was in such an excess of passionate torment that my stomach hurt for a month in a row. It was hard to manage.”
Drake’s commitment to Fif not just remembered incorporating the killed local area part for Dark Lane Demo Tapes, however a recognition tattoo that read “FIF FOREVER.” In June, the rising Toronto rapper delivered God Don’t Sleep, even though it wasn’t on Drake’s OVO Sound engraving rather Toronto-based music hatchery Soul Gala.