Meet Drake's One and Only Son, Adonis Graham

When he's not churning out his next musical project, Drake is busy on dad duty — and sometimes music and dad duty mix. That much is evident on the father of one's latest album, "For All the Dogs," on which his 5-year-old son Adonis features on the song "Daylight."

When the father-son duo aren't making magic in the studio, they love sitting courtside. In December 2022, the father-son duo were spotted at a Toronto Raptors (Drake's favorite basketball team) vs. Los Angeles Clippers game in December. The pair seem to frequent their fair share of NBA games together, and it's always an adorable sight.

Speculation over whether or not Drake had become a dad swirled via his highly publicized feud with Pusha T before he eventually verified the rumors in the summer of 2018. The rapper, who shares his son with artist Sophie Brussaux, confirmed the news in the most appropriate way he knows how: through song. "Look at the way we live / I wasn't hiding my kid from the world / I was hiding the world from my kid," Drake raps on "Emotionless," the fourth track on his 2018 album, "Scorpion." He also addressed fatherhood on the last track of that album, "March 14," which is largely about him and Adonis.

Since then, we've gotten a few rare glimpses of Drake's relationship with Adonis, including when the latter made an appearance during his dad's 2021 Billboard Music Awards speech. Adonis's mother posts a bunch of photos of the two of them on her Instagram page as well.

Read ahead to get to know more about Adonis and see all the snaps Drake and Brussaux have shared of him so far.

Drake's Son, Adonis Graham

Adonis Graham was born on Oct. 11, 2017. Per People, Drake initially denied Brussaux's paternity claims when she was pregnant with their son. He later confirmed his fatherhood status on his 2018 "Scorpion" album and elaborated on it later that year during an episode of "The Shop." "We have found ourselves in a situation and we are both equally responsible," Drake said. "Now, I'm just really excited to be a great father."

Drake and Brussaux didn't begin posting photos of Adonis until 2020, which is also when the former explained his decision to finally stop "hiding the world" from his kid during Apple Music's "Young Money Radio With Lil Wayne." "I want to be able to go places with my son and share memories with my son," Drake said. "I don't want to feel like just because of a life choice I made to be a 'celebrity' that I got to make everybody live under this blanket . . . I just wanted to free myself of that."

Though Adonis is still very young, he's already fluent in French thanks to his mom, a native of France. In January 2022, Drake posted a since-deleted video of his son showing off his bilingual skills, or perhaps he was just fooling his dad. In the clip, per People, Drake, after prompting him to repeat words in French, asked, "Is that really what you said or are you just making stuff up?" In response, Adonis jokingly called his father "a funny guy."

Adonis is already following in his father's footsteps. On Oct. 6, Drake released his album "For All the Dogs," and Adonis appears on the track "Daylight." At the end of the song, he raps lines that indicate he'll always have his dad's back, like, "Don't talk to my man like that," "My, my, my, my man," and "I will always, watchin' for you."

Photos of Drake's Son, Adonis