Comedy sensation Druski drew hundreds of thousands of viewers to the latest installment of his "Coulda Been Records" audition series on Instagram Live. Even Drake tapped in, though it sounds like he's in a rough place...
Druski is one of the hottest sketch comedians out with 4 million followers across IG and Twitter. You may know him from Drake's video for "Laugh Now Cry Later" feat. Lil Durk. For his semi-fictional label dubbed "Coulda Been Records," Druski hosts IG Live sessions where he jokes with fans and celebs.
Drake wanted to see what Coulda Been is all about, so he joined Druski's IG Live. He seemed pretty laidback, maybe even slightly melancholy. Not only was he at the bar by himself but he jokingly told Druski everything's been "downhill" since 'Certified Lover Boy' dropped a month ago.
"It's been a bit of a downward spiral," Drake continued. Druski then tried to convince the Toronto artist to ditch Republic Records under Universal Music Group and sign with Coulda Been. Earlier, Drake commented, "Coulda Been >>> Universal," so maybe he's looking for a change.
Drizzy offered to connect Druski with Houston rap legend and enforcer J. Prince, dad to Jas Prince, a key member of OVO, to see if they could work something out. But the 27-year-old Druski fumbled the bag when he showed Drake his less-than-lavish living situation.
Drake wasn't the only celeb who had a moment!
Jake Paul also entered the chat wearing some sort of dinosaur costume. Safe to say Druski wasn't feeling his attempt at singing. "He almost set everybody back in the Black culture with that one," Druski said after booting Jake.
Beyond celebs, there was a hilarious highlight involving a random fan who claimed he had to be quiet because he was "on punishment" as a 24-year-old. Druski couldn't believe what he was witnessing.
Coulda Been Records might still be looking for its lead artist, but Druski himself is making major moves in hip-hop. He's hosting J. Cole's "The Off-Season Tour," which stops in Houston this weekend.
It's Druski's first tour as a stand-up comedian. Cole called him "genuinely a funny a** n****" over FaceTime.