Drake opens 'Summer Sixteen' pop-up store ahead of Houston concert

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HOUSTON – Days before his concert in H-town, Drake announced on Twitter that he's opening up a pop-up shop in the city Thursday.

The Canadian-born rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, and actor known for his role on "Degrassi: The Next Generation" and hits like "Best I Ever Had," "0-100," and "Hotline Bling," just to name a few, set up the temporary shop in downtown Houston at the Secret Groupa comedy and music venue on Polk Street.

The first Drizzy fan got in line at 11 p.m. Wednesday.

The store offers Drake's "Summer Sixteen" merchandise as well as exclusive "Revenge" merchandise.

The shop will be open through Saturday.

Kanye West opened a similar store earlier this month, in the Galleria area to promote his "Life of Pablo" tour. 


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