Google may have started from the bottom but now Let Me Drake That For You is here.
Whether this search engine, that relates anything typed in the search box back to the Canadian rapper, is here for a good time, not a long time, we don't quite know.
On April 6, Tyler Smith announced via Twitter that he created lmdraktfy.com.
Forbes calls the site 'genius', stating, "If a search engine that connects every result back to one person can be created by someone having fun, why can't a company put one together that links every search to a certain industry or product?"
The novelty website is filled with fun quirks that would excite any Drake fan. For instance, while the site searches for results, it plays a sound bite from one of Drake's hit songs. The back button that takes users to the home page, reassures the browser that it's working on their request by playing the chorus of "Hold On, We're Going Home". Also an "I'm Feeling Drizzy" button (LMDTFY's version of Google's I'm feeling lucky option) will show users an animated clip from one of the rapper's videos.
The rapper is set to perform at Coachella Music Festival on Sunday in Indio, Calif.