The Hollywood rapper, singer and actor Drake, aka Aubrey Drake Graham, recently made his debut on the radio with his show, “Table for One”, on Thursday, in which he paid tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala by playing his super hit songs 295 and G-Shit.
He also played hit numbers of some of the songs of dead Punjabi singer Sidhu. Drake’s this move touched a lot of individuals.
On Thursday, the new radio show called “Table for one” went on air for the first time on Thursday in which the Canadian rapper played some of his favourite numbers, including ‘295’ and ‘G-Shit’ along with the two songs by the late Punjabi rapper.
Moreover, previously, star Drake expressed his condolences via Instagram post to the family and friends of Sidhu. He shared a post on his official Instagram, citing, “RIP MOOSE (added a bird emoji) … @sidhu_moosewala,” a picture of Sidhu and his mother.
The people that have been part of the murder of the Punjabi singer, so far, ten individuals that were connected to the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, have been apprehended by the Police officials.
They have also identified four shooters involved in the crime, which has sent shockwaves across India and the rest of the community worldwide.
In December 2021, the singer became a member of the Congress party. The Congress expressed grief over the passing away of Sidhu Moose Wala and mentioned that it stands united in this time of sorrow.
“The murder of Shri Sidhu Moosewala, Congress candidate from Punjab and a talented musician, has come as a terrible shock to the Congress party and the entire nation,” Congress noted on Twitter.
“Our deepest condolences to his family, fans & friends. We stand united and undeterred at this time of extreme grief,” the party further added to the statement.
However, Drake has announced his new album titled Honestly, Nevermind. It is a follow-up to last year’s Certified Lover Boy.