Drake has reportedly donated $75,000 to help create a recording studio at Strawberry Mansion High School in Philadelphia. The students and staff have had their fair share of troubles, and principal Linda Cliatt-Wayman has attempted to turn things around to improve campus academics and lower the violence.  After seeing a ABC news report on Wayman's efforts, Drake decided to get involved. He stopped by the school to speak to students as a surprise while he was on tour last year, and to announce that he was donating to their new recording studio. "This is about you. This is about your principal. This is about your future," he said. "I love you. I care about you. I want to see you succeed."

Members of Drake's crew finished the studio last summer, adding new equipment and completely revamping the old sound systems used at Strawberry Mansion. The new equipment was left untouched until Wayman used the school's PA system to debut a song that was recorded in it, which moved the students to take advantage of their new gifts. Read the moving story in full here.