$400 million is what it costs to do business with Drake.
Universal Music Group revealed a multi-faceted deal with Drake that covers recordings, publishing, merchandise, and visual media projects.
Sources cite the deal could be more than $400million.
After the years he's had someone should add the nickname record breaker to Drake's list after he became the second overall act to debut three songs at the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 song chart.
His new single "Toosie Slide" hit No. 1. and joined "God's Plan," which landed at No. 1 back in February 2018, and "Nice for What," which knocked "God's Plan" off the top spot in April. The Canadian Rapper is now in the company of Mariah Carey who did the same between 1995 and 1997.
As he knocked The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" from the top spot, "Toosie Slide" became the rapper's seventh total No. 1 on the Hot 100. If the hip hop star ever gets to double digits that would put him in some truly rarefied air.
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