Drake has a special gift lined up for a Philadelphia high school that has moved away from its violent reputation -- a new recording studio.
Drizzy told student body at the city's Strawberry Mansion High School that the studio is recognition of how they've been able to turn the school around. “In the next few months, I’m building a recording studio inside your school. This is about you, this is about your principal, this is about your future. I love you, I care about you, and I want to see you succeed.”
Drake also gave out free tickets --and transportation -- to his December 18th concert in Philly.
According to ABC News, for the first time in six years Strawberry Mansion is no longer ranked among the nation's most dangerous schools.
TeeRoy's 2 Cents:
- A recording studio is nice. But is that really going to help the student body?
- Why don't more rappers give back like this?
- Little known fact: Meek Mill attended Strawberry Mansion High.
- And Jasmine Sullivan's father was the caretaker of the actual historic site Strawberry Mansion that the school is named for.