Drake's handwritten lyrics can be part of your collection... if you can afford them.
Drake is one of the most successful artists of this generation. After acting on the Canadian teen drama series Degrassi in the early 2000s, Drizzy started to find success on the music scene and worked with Lil Wayne and Young Money Entertainment. Between then and now, the Canadian's career has skyrocketed and he is recently one of the biggest names in the world. If you're Drake's biggest fan, or you keep a collection of celebrity collectibles, or if you're just incredibly rich and don't know what to do with your money, a part of Drizzy's rise to fame has been discovered and is up for sale.
TMZ has reported that a spiral notebook was discovered in Drake's grandfather's furniture factory in Toronto approximately ten years ago, dating to when the artist was just starting to come up. It is suspected that the lyric sheets, which include an homage to Biggie's "Ten Crack Commandments" and multiple mock autographs of his real name, Aubrey Graham, date back as far as 2002 if the copyright on the front page is to be trusted.
Degrassi Drake's old notebook could be yours for the reasonable price of $54K. Or, you could buy a brand new one at the dollar store and pretend it used to belong to Drake. Just sayin'. Check the TMZ article here for more information if you're interested in buying the notebook.