Drake threw a 2000s-themed party for his 32nd birthday – and there was a Blockbuster video wall

Taking it back to Von Dutch hats, uggs and flip phones

Drake celebrated his 32nd birthday by throwing a birthday party dedicated to the 2000s, featuring a Blockbuster video wall, a Rap City Booth, cars from the classic MTV show Pimp My Ride and more.

A Sandra’s Rose Room was also featured with pictures of Drake and his mother along with a plethora of red roses. Attendees – which included the likes of P Diddy, Chris Brown and French Montana – were treated to boozy Slurpees from a 7/11.

According the E! News, Drake also gave the women at his party Chanel bags, which can cost upwards of $5,000. Jordyn Woods later showed off the bag on her Instagram story, where she joked, “Never leave the function empty handed.” You can see a screenshot of that plus photos and clips from the party below.

Yesterday (October 24), it was announced that Drake and Justin Bieber‘s manager Scooter Braun are now co-owners of the esports company, 100 Thieves.

The LA-based lifestyle, apparel, and esports brand was founded by the former Call Of Duty world champion, Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag.

The ‘Scorpion‘ artist and entertainment mogul Braun will take roles as strategic advisors, with the company recently completing its Series A funding round. Braun will also join its board of directors.

Meanwhile, the rapper also broke a record that has been held by The Beatles for 54 years, thanks to his guest spot on Bad Bunny’s new track ‘MIA’.

His feature means that Drake has now had 12 songs to have reached the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2018, the most that one artist has ever had in a single year.

The record was originally set by the fab four in 1964, when ‘I Feel Fine’ and ‘She’s A Woman’ entered the charts on December 26, taking the band’s total to 11.

Earlier this year, Drake broke another record when he became the first artist to reach over 50 billion streams across music platforms.