Drake Invests In Organizational App Called Omni
Drake is expanding his portfolio by getting in on a new app to organize your belongings called Omni.
According to TMZ, the rapper recently met with app creator Thomas McLeod, immediately loved the idea and agreed to come aboard.
In addition to investing money, Drake will also be involved in the creative end as well.
The app helps both organize and store a user's personal items. For example, if Drake has 200 pairs of sneakers, he can have them sent to a nearby Omni facility, where they are professionally photographed, stored and logged. Then, when he wants a pair, he will use his app to sift through his kicks, select pairs he wants, and they will be delivered to his doorstep by an Omni concierge.
Other investors include Sophia Bush, NBA player David Lee and Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun.