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1 June 2012, 13:45 | Updated: 1 June 2012, 14:00
The 'Take Care' rapper says hip-hop is in a better place now it is no longer about confrontations.
Drake says hip-hop is in a more "united" place now because more of the artists get on with each other.
The 'Take Care' rapper is currently taking his 'Club Paradise' tour across the US alongside support acts like J.Cole, 2 Chainz and French Montana, and says there is a great feeling of unity on the tour because they all get along so well.
"I just wanted people to come out and see a unity, because in hip-hop it's always been based off of confrontation," Drake told MTV News recently. "I think one of the collect things about where we're at right now [is] it's real united."
He added: "We actually all like each other."
The 'Miss Me' rapper was recently confirmed to feature on Justin Bieber's new album 'Believe' and has said he would love to reunite on a collaboration with Rihanna at some point in the future.
Drake is set to begin work on his third studio album, after last year's sophomore release 'Take Care', once he wraps his 'Club Paradise' tour in Boston on 17th June.