It’s not surprising that fans are curious about how our favorite artists live their lives—and what their homes look like.
According to a press release, Drizzy brings in over 1 million Google searches annually for his Toronto mansion, which, at over 50,000 square feet, includes 44-foot high ceilings, an indoor basketball court, a 3,200-square-foot master bedroom, a custom-designed grand piano, a 21-square-food pyramidal skylight, and more. It was designed by Canadian architect Ferris Rafauli and featured in Architectural Digest, with Drake telling the mag, “Because I was building it in my hometown, I wanted the structure to stand firm for 100 years. … It will be one of the things I leave behind, so it had to be timeless and strong.”
Eminem has the second most-Googled home belonging to a hip-hop artist, with nearly 247,000 searches per year for his Michigan pad, and Kanye West comes in at third for most-Googled rapper houses 214,100 annual searches. Ye has been moving around a bit, selling his Wyoming ranch, and buying property in Malibu and another house adjacent to Kim Kardashian’s Hidden Hills home. Travis Scott has the fourth most-Googled hip-hop artist’s house with just under 193K searches.
While part of the findings indeed focused on hip-hop artists, genre-adjacent performers like Rihanna, The Weeknd, and Beyoncé were also featured in the roundup. Artists who round out the top 10, in order, are Bey with 160,700 searches, Cardi B with just over 133K, Nicki Minaj with 127.8K, Rih with 116.5K, Jay-Z with 114K, and Dr. Dre with 82,300. Finishing out the top 20, in order, are the Weeknd, Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, KSI, Lil Nas X, Doja Cat, Wiz Khalifa, ASAP Rocky, Iggy Azalea, and Nas.
As far as overall celebrities go, Musk is the most-Googled with 1.3 million searches each year; he often resides in a rented house worth $500,000 near the headquarters of his SpaceX company. Kim Kardashian came in third, while Khloé Kardashian as well as Kylie and Kendall Jenner also ranked in the top 20.