Drake and Nas perform for Sprite during the NBA Allstar Jam. Guest shots from Kanye, Travi$ Scott, and more.
My review of Drake’s new surprise album has gone longform, in a new thinkpiece over at Cuepoint called “How Drake Disrupted Kanye.” Read on, true believers… How Drake Disrupted Kanye
“Dropped the mixtape that shit sounded like an album….” Sounds like Drake just dropped an album on iTunes, via Beyonce methods. It’s called If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. Way to coax the impulse buyer. Kanye who? TRACKLIST: 1. Legend 2. Energy 3. 10 Bands 4. Know Yourself 5. No Tellin’ 6. Madonna 7. [cont.]
Drake previews new music that may or may not appear on his upcoming album, Views From The 6, in this short film entitled Jungle. DRAKE ~ JUNGLE from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.
Produced by Vinylz, from Sean’s upcoming Dark Sky Paradise LP.
In an interview with Karen Civil, Drake affiliate P Reign revealed that Drake is planning to drop a mixtape in 2015. “I know Drake’s dropping a mixtape that I’ve already heard a lot of and it’s crazy,” he said. “I think its some of the best I’ve heard from him in my life and I [cont.]
Grammy-awarded musician, producer and self-proclaimed “musical genius” Chilly Gonzales has worked with the likes of Daft Punk, Drake, Feist or Peaches. Now German radio station 1LIVE teamed up with Chilly for “1LIVE Chilly Gonzales Pop Music Masterclass” – a video column in which Chilly explains what we love about pop music and analyses why a [cont.]
Mixed by Noel “Gadget” Campbell.
Here is the sultry new video for Nicki Minaj’s “Only” featuring Drake, Lil Wayne, and Chris Brown. Bonus, check Nicki on Ellen in the following clips.
New music from Birdman’s upcoming Rich Gang compilation.
Nicki, Drake, and Wayne set their sexual record straight on this Chicago drill rap inspired posse cut from The Pink Print, hitting this December.
Extended mix of this cut from Future’s “Honest,” now featuring the entire Drake verse.
Directed by Drake and Davin Black. Produced by Evan Landry. From P Reign’s Dear America.
From Nicki’s December 15th release, The Pinkprint. Drake’s verse is hilarious.
Drake drops off three new tracks that may or may not appear on his upcoming Views From The 6 LP.
The song of the fall gets a video.
Drake samples Jodeci for his latest, “How About Now.”
Lead single to Wayne’s Carter V, due October 5th.
Game delivers a verse over I Love Makonnen and Drake’s viral hit, “Tuesday”.
Vegas’ own Mally Mall teams with The K.I.D. Heat and the Young Money generals for “Whatcha Say”.
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