Earl Sweatshirt may not like Jay Z (or rather his 'Magna Carta Holy Grail' album), but he has a deep appreciation for Toronto's very own Drake.

In a video interview with MTV's RapFix Live, Earl Sweatshirt reveals that Drizzy is the one thing that makes him excited right now. "That fool's on fire right now," he gushes.

"I don't think you get the same imagery as I do when I say the name Drake," he explains. "I think about Drake in leather pants with some tight-ass shoes on and soft-material shirt with a funky collar."

"Every time I think about Drake, it's a stunt," he continues. "Like this f---ing dude is wild."

Interestingly, the Odd Future member has met Drake before, but under some odd circumstance that he would not divulge to the public. Nevertheless, the 19-year-old rhyme-slinger is interested in collaborating with the 'Nothing Was the Same' superstar.

"F--- with me, Drake," he stresses.

We know that Earl is a silly guy so we shouldn't take his comments too seriously. Hopefully, this conversation will lead to a future collaboration with the Young Money member.

Interestingly, this summer, Earl was the opening act for another famous rapper -- Eminem.

The 'Hive' rhymer admits that he's a big-ass fan of the Detroit MC. Considering the two artists share similar thoughts in their rhymes, it wouldn't be a stretch to hear them together on a song.

Earl Sweatshirt's album, 'Doris,' is in stores now.