For starters, the advice isn't from Drake himself, and there's a source listed at the bottom of the post.
I don't think the advice is bad at all. The point isn't to change yourselves, the point is to balance yourselves. Too much of anything is never good. No one is saying to stint your creativity, or to stop doing something.
For example - allowing emotions to entirely rule our life can be very detrimental. I did this for a very long time. As I've gotten older, I have found that controlling them and reflecting is a better, more productive way of operating. It's not that I ignore my emotions, it's that I hold them in, and look at them, find the value in them and decide what is best. My immediate reaction to a situation may be anger, and if I were to let it control me, I could lash out and hurt someone before I've really evaluated the situation and my true feelings. More often than not, initial reactions are irrational and oversensitive. We need to take the time to see the reality of a situation and recognize that things are not always as we first perceive them. I believe in balance. I trust my emotions, but I know that I need to be certain of them first before I act on them.