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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Drake Shares First Look of His Whiskey Line, Virginia Black

Posted By on Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 1:52 PM

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Alcoholic beverage lines seems to be a popular trend amongst rappers. E-40 has already released a few liquor brands (Earl Stevens Collection wines, Slurricane, and E-40 malt liquor), while P. Diddy has Ciroc vodka and DeLeón Tequila and Nicki Minaj has Myx Fusions Moscato. 

Now Drake is set to become the latest rapper to unleash his own booze line. In an Instagram post last month, the rapper shared a picture of the logo for his new whiskey brand, Virginia Black, with the caption: "After that legendary moment what else is there to do but celebrate with class. Virginia Black coming soon..."

Though no release date for the amber-colored liquid has been announced, Drizzy did post another photo of the drink on his Instagram account yesterday, with the caption "First look." The brand's colors appear to be gold and black and are accompanied by a sleek, diamond-shaped logo with sans-serif font. The Instagram account for the whiskey (@virginiablackwhiskey) has only two posts, but over 2,940 followers to date. 

#decadence

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