UPDATE: Sources have told TMZ that Drake, Jas Prince and James Prince are not involved with MarQuis Trill's 'Toronto to Houston' documentary. Trill has since taken to twitter to respond: "A documentary film is a nonfictional motion picture intended to document some aspect of reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction, education, or maintaining a historical record. Documentary has been described as a 'filmmaking practice, a cinematic tradition or practice​.'"

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Anyone that's followed Drake's career even remotely should be aware of his affinity for Houston, which is one of hip-hop's most influential cities for many reasons. Accordingly, director MarQuis Trill is gearing up to release a new documentary on Aubrey, chronicling his appreciation for the Texas city.

Below we in turn get a first look at Toronto to Houston, which begins with Jas Prince speaking on discovering Drake, before transitioning to signature moments ranging from Drizzy hosting Houston Appreciation Weekend to opening a pop-up strip club for the Super Bowl and beyond.

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As Complex points out, Drake has referenced Houston in a number of his songs, namely that of “November 18th,” “From Time,” “305 to My City,” and “Too Much.”

For now, there is no disclosed release date surrounding the Toronto to Houston documentary, so be sure to stay tuned for more.

Speaking of Drake, watch Serena Williams dance her ass off to N.E.R.D and Rihanna's "Lemon."

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