In an ideal world, most individuals want to end up their careers on their very own phrases. For athletes and entertainers, being accountable for their retirement isn't at all times within the playing cards. Drake sat down with LeBron James for an upcoming episode of HBO's The Shop, and in a brand new teaser, Drizzy mentioned the wrestle of retiring gracefully and the principles of hip-hop.
"I feel perhaps certainly one of my greatest considerations in my profession is simply to determine how you can exit gracefully," the 6 God admits. "I've watched folks overstay their welcome, and I simply don't ever wish to be that man that's hooked on the sensation of victory, hooked on the emotion of individuals digesting one thing that they love, and get to the purpose I'm simply feeding them one thing they usually're similar to, 'Yeah.'"
It's refreshing to see Drake give his opinion in an open-forum dialogue, since he doesn't do many interviews today. HBO printed one other preview on Wednesday (Oct. 10), with the OVO rapper alluding to the "guidelines" of hip-hop surrounding his current feuds with Pusha-T and Kanye West. "Rap purists and individuals who simply love confrontation like to say, 'Ay man, there's no guidelines.' But there are guidelines," Drizzy says.
The Shop's "There Are No Rules" episode additionally contains Orlando Magic rookie Mo Bamba, WNBA participant Elena Delle Donne, Philadelphia Sixers star Ben Simmons and the Indiana Pacers' Victor Oladipo.
Watch the pair of trailers beneath. The Shop airs Friday (Oct. 12) on HBO at 9:30 p.m. ET.