Published Jan 11, 2018Drake blessed his fans with the arrival of his own brand of whiskey back in 2016, but now he's offering them a chance to own a stake in Virginia Black's business.
Drake and his entrepreneur partner Brent Hocking have announced plans to take the spirits company public.
According to this BANQ listing, investors can buy shares for $5 a pop (with a minimum investment of $100) and the company is seeking to raise $30 million.
"Virginia Black is the perfect combination of exceptionally good juice in exquisite packaging at an accessible price," Hocking said in a statement. "From inception, we wanted everyone to enjoy Virginia Black, and are pleased to extend the opportunity to millions of Americans and other investors around the world to become part of the Virginia Black family."
In other Drake-related business news, the Canadian rapper soft-launched his latest Toronto restaurant Pick 6IX this week. He previously opened Frings in 2015.
Drake's albums Views, If You're Reading This It's Too Late and Take Care (and the Future team-upWhat a Time to Be Alive) are available on vinyl through Umusic.