Drake dished about a lot of topics while at the FIFA 14 by EA Sports launch in New York City last night—including what he looks for in a girl, so make sure to take notes.
The rapper, who released his new album Nothing Was the Same and the music video for "Hold On, We're Going Home" today, talked to E! News about his new music, his dream girl and his relationship with E!'s own Kardashian family.
"I'm just a friend. I really like Kylie [Jenner] a lot, I really like Kendall [Jenner]. Everybody's really nice. Khloé [Kardashian Odom]'s really nice," he said, before adding, "And obviously, you know, the queen of it all—Kris [Jenner]—she's my favorite. She's the boss. She's actually in town tonight, I was trying to get her to come through. She might fall through and play a little FIFA, you know?"
And if you hope to snag a piece of his heart, you should know that the rapper has a few qualities and traits that he specifically looks for when it comes to a potential girlfriend.
"I need somebody funny, I need somebody driven. I like unique goals," Drake told us, and clarified what he meant by "unique" goals. "You know, you talk to a lot of girls and they're like 'oh modeling, acting.' I like to hear about school, I like to hear about wanting to be a business owner…in my world that's unique."
But the most important one is to have a sense of humor. "It can't be boring at dinner. We gotta laugh," he said.
Drake released his third studio album Nothing Was the Same today, and he explains "it's emotional, but I think I also found a balance in the production—as far as not to make it so down."
He continued to tell us, "I feel like 'Take Care' had real ballads, real down moments, and I feel like on this album, I try to push everything together to make it strong. It's great. It's one of my favorite pieces. It's concise. I'm really proud of the writing on there. And 40 [Noah Shebib] outworked me on the production, he's amazing. It's good, I'm excited."
—Reporting by Alicia Quarles
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