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Drake to Help Re-Launch $100 Million Art Carnival

Drake to Help Re-Launch $100 Million Art Carnival

Published Mon, December 12, 2022 at 10:51 AM EST

Drake's DreamCrew company is set to relaunch a Luna Luna, a "long lost art carnival" per Art News.

The innovative art carnival was created by Viennese artist André Heller in the late 1980s, and featured functional amusement park rides designed by innovative artists of the day — Haring made a merry-go-round, Basquiat made a Ferris wheel, and Roy Lichtenstein made a labyrinth, complete with music by Philip Glass.

Because of logistical and financial issues, Heller eventually sold off the works, which ended up in storage for decades. Now, Drake is involved in bringing the project back to life.

“When I first heard about Luna Luna, I was blown away," Drake said in an official statement. "It’s such a unique and special way to experience art,” he said in an official statement of the news. “This is a big idea and opportunity that centers around what we love most: bringing people together.”

In other Drake news, he continues racking up wins. The Toronto rapper has earned 10 new plaques from the RIAA, bringing his total to a whopping 184 million singles sold. Previously, Em held the title at 166 million units for his singles catalog.

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