Drake Tattoos Himself in Front of The Beatles on Abbey Road After Breaking Their Billboard Record
Photos recently surfaced that show Drake with a new tattoo on his forearm. The ink depicts Drake standing in front of the world-famous rock band The Beatles in an image similar to their 1969 Abbey Road album cover. Drizzy's fan site Word on Road spotted the new ink on Friday (Aug. 9). The tatt appears on Drake's left forearm.
In the original album cover in which Drizzy derived his tatt is one of the most iconic album arts in music history. It simply shows the four members of the group strolling in a single-file line down the crosswalk on Abbey Road in London. Drizzy fittingly made himself leader of the pack on his new tatt. Drake has more musical icons tattooed on his body including Sade and Aaliyah.
Drake broke The Beatles' long-held record of top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart back in June. "Money in the Grave" featuring Rick Ross was the song that put him over the top. He now has 35 total but still sits behind Madonna's 38 for the all-time record.
Following his Assassination Vacation Tour in the spring, Drizzy has been hard at work on a new album. Last week, he released his Care Package compilation of B-Sides including "Jodeci Freestyle" featuring J. Cole and "Free Spirit" featuring Rick Ross.
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