Drake Convinced to Change Rap Name, Sign Up for JDate in ‘Sound Advice’ [VIDEO]
Drake is in the hot seat in the latest comedy web series 'Sound Advice.' Hosted by 'Saturday Night Live' cast member Vanessa Bayer, who acts as media coach Janessa Slater, the Toronto rapper is not only asked the most random questions but also given the oddest advice like changing his rap name to a more hip-hop moniker like "Drake Time."
But things get even funnier when the host tries to convince him to join JDate, an online dating site for Jewish singles. While he tells Bayer that he doesn't have problems in the dating department, she even offers to ask her sister, who found her husband on the site, to give him advice.
She even cracks on him for inventing the word "YOLO," still making mixtapes and his lyrics on 'Started From the Bottom.' By the end of the interview, Drake is done. "This has been exhausting," he says.
This isn't the first Drizzy has collaborated with an 'SNL' cast member. Earlier this year, Drake hosted the sketch comedy show and showed off his comedic timing and acting chops. Standout skits included 'Nancy Grace,' in which he pulled off a hilarious portrayal of comedian Katt Williams.
If you need a mid-week laugh, this is the video for you.