Why Google It When You Can 'Drake' It, Instead?
Forget the talk on your timeline. Drake has a new addition to his cyberspace empire.
A new Drake-themed search engine called "Let Me Drake That For You" (think Ask Jeeves, except Jeeves is your favorite rapper) allows residents of the Internet to tailor their e-results to all things Drizzy.
You can voluntarily type a keyword or phrase, or press the "I'm Feeling Drizzy" option, which sends you down a rabbit hole of options that will somehow relate to Aubrey Graham.
As you wait for your results, a remixed Drake quote also appears on the screen.
The 26-year-old digital mastermind behind the site, Tyler Smith, said he created the Drizzified search engine because it was "a great opportunity to troll my friends."
“I started Googling whatever topic we were talking about and seeing if it related to Drake," he told BuzzFeed News. "And it basically always did. … So I decided to cut out the middle-man and make a Drake search engine.”
If you're reading this, it's not too late to play around with the search engine here.