Drake has opened up about his family life over recent months, and fans are obsessed with his latest picture with his son, Adonis...

We all know who Drake is.

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But here's a little recap... Aubrey Drake Graham, known best by his stage name "Drake", is a rapper, singer, actor, and producer.

Born in, Ontario, Canada, Drake quickly established himself in the music industry.

After releasing his first mixtape titled, Room for Improvement, his music career had been officially launched.

He became an unstoppable force.

3 years after his initial release, he started promoting his third mixtape So Far Gone which saw him gain lots of commercial success.

And that's when he released his first album.

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A year later, Drake released his first album Thank Me Later, which went on to be nominated for a Grammy.

The album had fourteen songs and featured some rather famous faces.

Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar helped Drake produce the album, which received mainly positive reviews. For a new rapper on the scene, he did well.

The next few years saw him get more and more successful.

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Over the next decade, Drake established his legacy in the music industry by releasing banger after banger, with most of them ending up in the top 10 on every single chart.

However, Drake wasn't always a singer...

A lot of people forget that Drake actually started out as an actor - he did several commercials before securing a permanent role.

In 2001, Drake landed a role in Degrassi: The Next Generation.

He was commended for playing a basketball star in a wheelchair after he was shot by a classmate.

And almost 2 decades from that time, Drake has secured an illustrious career in the industry.

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His music is very popular with the younger generation as they appreciate his ability to discuss raw and sensitive topics, from the child he tried to keep a secret all the way to his faith in God.

However, the singer is no stranger to a little bit of scandal.

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After taking a little break from music to enjoy some free time, he made a sudden return to the scene with new tracks but stirred up a whole lot of controversy as a result.

As a surprise for his followers, the thirty-three-year-old dropped 2 new tracks.

One was called “Chicago Freestyle" and the other “When to Say When."

However, it was the latter that stole the spotlight...

And for all the wrong reasons.

Drake was accused of snubbing his baby-momma and his 2-year-old son, Adonis.

In the song, there is a lyric that reads: "Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is." Many have said this line is "disrespectful" and "sleazy", as he is implying that having a child with this woman was a mistake.

Drake has always kept the lid firmly shut on his private life...

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Especially when it comes to his son.

Earlier this year, however, the singer finally opened up.

Drake discussed that he initially didn't see eye-to-eye with the mother of his son, Sophie Brussaux, due to DNA testing drama. But the pair have now put aside their differences, and they co-parent their child together as friends.

Drake has put the feud behind him and he wants to focus on being a good father.

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"I do want to be able to explain to my son what happened, but I don't have any desire for him to not love his mother," he said. "We found ourselves in a situation and we're both equally responsible and now I'm just excited to be a father."

But fans didn't appreciate this crude reference after everything the pair have been through.

One user put it bluntly... the facts are just the facts.

But Drake quickly defended himself.

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He explained how he loves them both unconditionally and has previously mentioned how he wants to be part of his son's life.

It seems that Drake is serious about his son...

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And this is apparent through the amount of privacy that surrounds Adonis and Sophie.

Though, of course, he does sometimes give us a glimpse.

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Who remembers when he shared this adorable snap?

And he shared the obligatory "first day of school" snap, too.

He commented, "Already got a chauffeur." Okay, that's a little different from my first day at school...

But Drake's latest photo with his son might just be the cutest yet ...

Here's the adorable pic that got the whole internet talking.

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