There have been mixed reports about whether Apple is set to debut its rumored streaming service at WWDC or not, and the latest is that Apple may be inking a big deal with Drake for the service. According to a new report, Apple and Drake could be in talks for a guest DJ spot on iTunes Radio that would net Drake around $19 million.

Apple is also said to be in talks with a variety of other artists for the service, including Pharrell Williams and DJ Guetta. The NYPost reports:

Apple has been visiting record labels to make deals, ahead of its World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco next week, but those hard-nosed negotiators from Cupertino want the moon and the stars, sources say.

With WWDC kicking off in a week, it won't be long before we all find out exactly what Apple has up their sleeve. Stay tuned right here for all of the latest from WWDC as it unfolds.

Source: NYPost