Rapper Drake is reviving the British series Top Boy for streaming service Netflix. The London street drama is all set to stream in 2019. Drake will executive produce the series alongside his longtime manager Adel Nur.
The series follows the rise of two friends in the underground drugs business. The series had two seasons with four episodes each that aired from 2011 and 2013. Drake bought the rights from Channel 4, last year. This new season on Netflix will pick up from where the second season left.
Buzz is that Drake is also mulling taking The Carter Effect, a documentary about the Toronto Raptors and basketball star Vince Carter, to Netflix.