This is the final week of the Grammies 2017 Best Artists Awards, and this year’s winner is the Canadian hip hop artist, Drake.
Drake’s acceptance speech, delivered on Tuesday at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, was an emotional, powerful speech that showcased his music as much as his accomplishments.
Drake made a statement by making an emotional connection to his fans by sharing his story of how he overcame childhood adversity and found a path to success.
The speech was one of the best performances of his career, and it has earned Drake the best rap song award for his music.
Drake thanked his fans and spoke about the importance of listening to music in a way that is empowering and meaningful to the listener.
He also shared his thoughts on what he’s learned from his life and what he wants to see for the future.
Here are his comments from the Grammie Awards: “I’m so excited to be the first Canadian to win an award for Best New Music, as well as one of only nine men to do so.
I know it will be tough to say thank you to my family, friends and fans, but I’m so honored to have been selected as one who has had the courage and support of the music community.
It has been an honor to be selected for an award like this, and I want to thank my fans for their incredible support.
This is truly the most special day of my life and I am so grateful to all of you for your amazing support and friendship.
The Grammys are a place where we are allowed to share our music and express ourselves freely.
We all get to hear what we want to hear and that is the most important thing in the world.
Thank you all.”
The Grammie Award ceremony, which takes place on Sunday, is a celebration of the art of music, and the first time a Canadian has been selected to receive it.
Drake has been a rising star in the hip hop world and has already become the first hip hop star to win a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
Drake is one of five finalists to be nominated for this year, with the others being Jay-Z, Tyga, Kanye West, and Drake.
In a statement, Drake thanked the Grammiys “kind, generous, talented, supportive, and supportive of the arts.”
“We all made it through the worst of times together and I hope you will all find joy in this award.
I love you all and I’ll see you all in 2018,” he wrote.