Hip-hop music is synchronous with cars, money, alcohol, and most importantly jewelry. It’s hard to find rappers who have not drowned themselves with expensive custom-made pieces. This time Drake has shown off his uber-expensive necklace to the public.

Drake took to Instagram on Friday and posted a series of photos of himself and other associates. In a few of them, he is seen rocking an iced-out necklace from Homer, Frank Ocean’s high-end apparel and accessories brand. That necklace is the most expensive item in the brand’s lineup priced at just shy of $1.9M, reported Complex.

According to Homer’s website, the necklace features pavé links and .33 inch white diamonds on each orb. It also has the same patterns on the four branches on the head-turning floating pendant. The item currently sold-out item weighs in at a total of whopping 127.5 carats.

However, this is not the only time we have seen Drizzy with such an expensive piece of jewelry. He has previously iced himself up in multiple Cartier designs, a Toronto Raptors Championship Ring, etc. Apart from these, he has frequently boasted custom pieces from industry heavyweights like Ben Baller, Jason Arasheben, and Kilani.

Coming to the brand itself, Ocean launched Homer in August 2021. The singer termed his company as an “independent American luxury company.” The brand initially began with a selection of bracelets, rings, enamel pendants, and patterned silk scarves. They later unveiled a Prada collaboration that included belts, bags, and a hooded anorak jacket.

Similar to most artists in the industry, Drake likes to brag. His affinity towards expensive things has made him a subject of constant attention. When it comes to attention, he has our all through his music.

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Anirban Biswas

An Avid Writer And A Songwriter-Composer Who Is No Alien To The Creative Side Of Life. I Set No Boundaries For Myself When It Comes To Exploring Opportunities And Going For It. Always Looking For Opportunities To Grow With Others.

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