Drake has long been repping Toronto musically on an international stage, but in a new interview with some NBA greats, he's discussed the impact that basketball had on bringing the city to the rest of the world's attention.
In a clip for Uninterrupted, Drake, LeBron James and former Toronto Raptor Chris Bosh sat down at Fring's to chat about the circumstances that brought the three of them together — starting with the rapper's So Far Gone launch party way back when.
As the three-way interview goes on, Bosh points out that being a "Canadian artist" used to have a "negative connotation," but acknowledges that Drake managed to get over the "literal border" and find success on a global level. It's an opportunity Drizzy partially credits to former Raptors superstar Vince Carter during the team's "Vinsanity" years.
Watch the full interview with Drake, James and Bosh down below.
Aptly enough, Drake and James also recently collaborated on the upcoming documentary The Carter Effect, which documents the basketball star's time in Toronto and his role in creating a new culture in the city. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month.