Drake's relationship with the UK has been very well documented. From getting BBK (Boy Better Know) tatted on his shoulder to then allegedly signing to Skepta and Jme's grime label, countless signs point to the fact that he's eager to affiliate himself with all things British. Stemming from his love for London-sounding lingo (arguably due to the Caribbean connection apparent in both London and Toronto from the dissolution of the British Empire), other noticeable connections can be seen in Drizzy donning British football firm favourite Stone Island and London skateboard brand Palace on numerous occasions.

We recently interviewed Ashley Walters who announced that Drake is very involved in the new season of Top Boy; certification of Drake's desire to be seen "doing road." He also recently jumped on-stage with Section Boyz in Shoreditch and is now sampling UK funky classics on Views From The 6. To be honest, we're surprised he hasn't brought out his own Ting-flavoured vodka yet. Already on his way, here are 6 more steps Drake needs to take in becoming the number one Toronto-born honorary Londoner.