Drake has been subject to criticism on multiple occasions when it comes to borrowing slang, flows, and even cultural aspects, and injecting them into his music and overall persona. This has in turn never been more evident than on his recent More Life release, which is filled with island references.

Subsequently, Vox has taken notice, thus providing with a look at why the Canadian-born musician has been using a Jamaican accent that often times makes listeners cringe. As they put it, "How does a kid with an American father and a European-Jewish mother end up with valid links to Jamaican dancehall?"

In short, the majority of such influences is due to his country's Canadian-Caribbean connection.

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