Drake knows how to pay proper tribute to someone. When someone really means something to you, why not make the display of your appreciation for their existence as close to permanent as humanly possible? For his latest round of permanent nods, Drake is paying respects to his late friend Fif and the 1990 Spike Lee film Mo' Better Blues.

Tattoo artist Inal Bersekov shared a pair of images over the weekend showing off Drake's latest tattoos. One, a tribute to Fif, is a lifelike depiction of the late OVO affiliate's face with the message "FOREVER FIF" penned above his head. Meanwhile, the Mo' Better Blues tattoo shows Denzel Washington's character Bleek holding a trumpet.

Previously, Inal Bersekov helped Drake give permanent props to Sade with a second tattoo in her honor:

In an Instagram post last week, Drake confirmed the passing of "our brother" Fif. "I still can't even believe this morning was real," Drake wrote. "It was a honor to have shared years together and I will always keep your memory alive."

Over the summer, Drake added a tattoo of Lil Wayne's face to his arm. The Wayne portrait joined previously inked works of art including a shark, a dad tribute, a flaming skull, a lion head, a slightly meta Twitter hands reference, and a More Life celebration.