For those of you who were out leaf-peeping or occupying or whatever it is you do with your fall weekends, a quick recap: Drake was on SNL this weekend. The emotional rapper performed two songs off his upcoming Take Care — "Headlines," a.k.a. the "Owl Posse Song," and his recent "You Make Me Proud," for which Nicki Minaj joined him onstage. But that's not all: Drake, being a veteran of the prestigious Canadian acting school known as Degrassi, also got in on the funny stuff. His candy-stealing werewolf rap was an amusing mix of swagger and fake hair, but Vulture took particular joy in his Digital Short, or more specifically, the brief segment in the short titled "A Matching Sweaters Interview With Drake." Drake is making sweater jokes! Also: Drake and Andy Samberg are wearing matching Technicolor Dream Sweaters on national television. We are so pleased with all of these developments; keep it up, everyone.
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