By the end of his cover story in April's inaugural 'Style Bible' issue of GQ, Drake is the one asking the questions. The Canadian MC has led writer Claire Hoffman all over his California mansion, starting in the backyard and ending in the bedroom, where he's got a projection screen mounted above the bed. He figures it's been an impressive tour, but he'd like to know exactly how impressive.

"Would I have you already?" he asks Hoffman. "Are you sleeping with me?"

There was a time when he might have been serious. As Drizzy reveals in the story, his initial reaction to becoming rich and famous was to go out and sleep with a whole lot of women. He did his best to "disconnect from my emotions and just do what everyone else tells me I should do," but as his music makes clear, he's a lousy hedonist.

"I just need something else," Drake told the magazine. "The seconds after a man reaches climax, that's like the realest moment of your life. If I don't want you next to me in that fifteen, twenty seconds, then there's something wrong."

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Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Drake