Drake’s fourth studio album “Views” has jumped up the Billboard 200 chart, taking up the No. 1 spot. This marked the 10th time that Drake’s Views was at the top of the list in a single nonconsecutive week. By the time the week came to an end on July 14th, Drake’s album had also earned 92,000 more equivalent album units. Furthermore, the album was also leading Nielsen’s Mid-Year 2016 Charts along with Adele’s “25” and Rihanna’s “Work.” Drake really has it all now, even in the kicks department. Not many can claim they own a solid gold Air Jordan 10, but Drake can.
Now, it is a well-known fact that Drake is a fierce endorser and supporter of Jordan Brand and back in early June, he did something unexpected to prove it. Of course, he receives a great deal of money and exclusive kicks from Jordan Brand to sport OVO-collaborated Air Jordan sneakers, so it would not be wise of him to be clad in apparel or clothing that sports logos of a competing brand. Drake recently ended up taking a photo of himself wearing an adidas soccer jersey, but to maintain his support for the Jumpman, he made an effort to photoshop the adidas branding off his jersey in the photos before posting them.
Drake’s all-Gold Air Jordan 10 featured is not actually a wearable sneaker as some readers might be thinking, rather it is an Air Jordan 10 statue of sorts that is actually made entirely out of real, solid gold. Matthew Senna, a media artist, is the one responsible for the creation of this masterpiece. Moreover, he made sure to based this gold statue off of the OVO version of the Air Jordan 10 and this piece of art that Drake now owns weighs approximately 100 pounds. Sneakerheads can only dream of owning something like this, but they will be able to cop the Air Jordan 12 OVO “White” later in 2016.
Air Jordan 10 OVO “24K Gold”