Drake Wins Rap Song Of the Year at the 2019 Grammy Awards
The Canadian rapper made that big appearance Sunday night (Feb. 10) to celebrate bringing home the Grammy for Best Rap Song at the current year’s occasion for his hit song “God’s Plan.”
“I need to let y’all realize that we’re playing in a feeling based game, not an authentically based game,” the 32-year-old told the group. Drake proceeded to recognize the endeavors and pound of his rivals Cardi B and Travis Scott, including, “This is where at times it’s up to a cluster of individuals who probably won’t comprehend what a blended hustled child from Canada needs to state, or a fly Spanish young lady from New York, or a fly brother from Houston.”
Drake’s acknowledgment discourse at the 2019 Grammy Awards was cut off sooner than anticipated.
“On the off chance that you have individuals who are singing your songs in exactly the same words, in case you’re a legend in the place where you grew up, if there’s kin who have ordinary employments who are turning out in the downpour and the snow, spending hard earned cash to purchase tickets to go to your shows, you needn’t bother with this directly here,” he proceeded. “You effectively won.”
It was right then and there that Drake acknowledged he’d all of a sudden been quieted, as the emcee obviously looked befuddled by what simply occurred. A few watchers speculated the blip was done intentionally as the mic circumstantially removed rapidly after the artist started exposing the Grammy’s an incentive to a craftsman’s value.
Shade? Who knows.
See a replay of the unbalanced minute and how fans responded on Twitter, underneath.