Drake Denies Connections To Upcoming ‘Homecoming’ Documentary

Photo Credit:Jerritt Clark/Getty Images/ THZ Library

Photo Credit: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images/ THZ Library

Drake’s Homecoming: The Lost Footage is a documentary set to be released on Thursday (March 19), according to Rolling Stone.

Executive produced by James Prince, founder of Rap-A-Lot Records, and his son Jas Prince, it highlights Drake’s performance at the Sound Academy in Toronto back in 2009, just before his infamous signing with Lil Wayne to Young Money. The documentary supposedly contains “never-before-seen” footage.

Jas Prince brought a lawsuit against Drake’s management in 2012, claiming that because he introduced Lil Wayne to Drake, he deserved some of the profits from the partnership. That is apparently still ongoing, but only Prince has addressed the suit publicly, according to Music Times.

Drake and his team have spoken out to make it clear to his fans that he has no connection with Homecoming and was not involved in its creation. In fact, the most recent tweet was just posted a few minutes ago.

Considering Prince is the executive producer, it’s interesting that he and Drake seem to be on the same side.

“Obviously Drake and OVO only put out music and video/film that is of the highest quality for their brand and what their fans have come to expect and do not want any fans to buy into something that has not come from them,” a rep for the Canadian rapper said in a statement.

The 28-year-old just announced the lineup today (March 17) for his sixth annual OVO Fest, a weekend-long concert to be held in Toronto this summer. That event includes Big Sean, YG, Jeremih, J. Cole, an appearance by Kevin Hart, and special guests.

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