See what Drake looks like sitting on Detroit landmarks

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Last week, Drake dropped his highly-anticipated Views from the 6, which included album art depicting the Canadian chart-topper perched pensively on the edge of the CN Tower. So clever. 

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Well, thanks to the amazing people at The Young Astronauts, you can perch Drake on top of whatever you want! We took the opportunity to place him on top of some of Detroit's most famous landmarks (and some other places we just wanted to see him sitting on) and present them now for your viewing pleasure. 



Drake pondering the future of Corktown. 
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Drake wondering why no one invited him to karaoke on Sunday.
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  Drake searching for a solution for the Motor City.  
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Drake sittin' on $25 mill.  
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Drake searching for the spirit of Detroit. 

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Drake right where he belongs. 
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Drake turning his back on Canada, once and for all. 
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Ok, that's all we can get away with devoting time to at work, but we want to see what you come up with. Make your own here and tag it #DetroitDrake, we'll put together a gallery of all the best ones. 



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