Drake is known for his rapping skills, but it seems like he might have a bit of work to do if he decides to switch up his career and make the move into sports journalism.

The much-loved musician sat courtside to watch the Toronto Raptors defeat the Charlotte Hornets Wednesday and even tried his hand at some sideline reporting.

The “Hotline Bling” star caught up with Kyle Lowry, who dropped a season-high 36 points in the Raptors’ 126-113 win, and made sure to ask him the all-important questions.

When asked what prompted his incredible performance, Lowry replied, “You know I watched a lot of Instagram, I saw you singing last night and that kinda helped me out.”

Drake replied sarcastically, “You didn’t know I could sing? Thankyou, very nice of you.”

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Drake even managed to sneak in a few fashion questions, with him questioning the player on his “front tuck, flop out at the back” ensemble.

The Canadian star regularly pays his hometown a visit and he treated fans in Toronto’s Yorkville shopping district to an unschedule performance this week.

Drizzy stopped by the grand opening of the new Hermes flagship store, which included a party and the unexpected guest.

The French luxury brand scheduled a show from Majid Jordan, but Champagne Papi quickly amped up the shindig when the duo performed their track “Hold on, We’re Going Home.”

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