Nearly six years to the day after Drake dropped his breakout mixtape So Far Gone, Drizzy shook the game up again with his new project, If You're Reading This, It's Too Late. Before he was an internationally recognized superstar MC, Drake was making his name by touring and hitting the smaller clubs around United States trying to get on. In an upcoming documentary titled Drake's Homecoming: The Lost Footage, fans will get to check out previously unseen footage of his 2009 homecoming show at Toronto's Sound Academy. Spliced with interviews with hip-hop personalities like Bun B and Jas Prince chronicling the rise of Drake, the trailer has a bit of a Fade To Black feel in that it will likely feature live performances mixed in with interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

One interesting clip from the trailer is a short segment from an interview with Jas Prince. Prince, who was instrumental in getting Drake's music to guys like Lil Wayne, revealed that Weezy initially didn't rock with Drake's music. "Wayne told me he sucked," says Prince. "He was like, 'Jas, don't play me that shit no more. It's no good." Wayne obviously changed his tune shortly thereafter but the short clip definitely makes you wonder why Weezy switched up.

The movie is due out on Mar. 19 and will be released via Rap-A-Lot and Serious Entertainment.