From P Reign’s upcoming September 9th release, Dear America.
Directed by Liam MacRae.
Drizzy hops on his own remix of ILOVEMAKONNEN’s “Tuesday”, which is when he will gladly pay you for the hamburger.
Using the new Drake Vs. Lil Wayne smartphone App, fans can vote and decide who “wins”, with the winner getting to open each show in your respective hometown. Brought to you by Capcom. Drake says that “this is the first official tour with competition involved,” obviously forgetting about Jay and Kells’ Best Of Both Worlds. [cont.]
Lil Wayne adopts Young Thug’s flow for “Grindin’”. From Tha Carter V, due this year. Bonus, check out a preview of the “Krazy” video shoot below. Get More: MTV Shows
Check out the second trailer for the upcoming Drake VS Lil Wayne tour. Dates below. Aug. 8 – Darien Center, NY (Darien Lake Performing Arts Center) Aug. 9 – Noblesville, IN (Klipsch Music Center) Aug. 10 – Tinley Park, IL (First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre) Aug. 12 – Saratoga Springs, NY (Saratoga Performing Arts Center) Aug. [cont.]
Here’s a preview of what to expect from Drake and Lil Wayne’s upcoming Street Fighter II influenced tour. Drake Vs. Lil Wayne from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.
A press release for the ESPY Awards, which Drake will host on tonight, reveals that his new album is called Views From The 6. Read on: Toronto, Ontario: Grammy Award-winning, platinum-selling recording artist and multi-faceted performer Drake will host the 2014 ESPY Awards, on Wednesday, July 16th at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los [cont.]
From the July 29th release PARTYNEXTDOOR TWO, on Drake’s OVO Sound imprint. Peep the tracklist below as well. PARTYNEXTDOOR 2: 1. “East Liberty” 2. “Sls” 3. “Sex On the Beach” 4. “Her Way” 5. “Belong To the City” 6. “Grown Woman” 7. “Fwu” 8. “Recognize” (Feat. Drake) 9. “Options” 10. “Thirsty” 11. “Bout It” 12. [cont.]
From VladTV: “VladTV sat down with legendary Chicago MC Common and asked about the roots of his previous issues with Toronto rapper Drake. The two went back and forth in 2012, and while many speculated it was over a certain woman the two had in “common,” it was never confirmed. Common admitted during the sit [cont.]
While at his HAW (Houston Appreciation Weekend) event in Texas this past week, Drake fielded questions from the press.
Modelled after the classic Street Fighter II artwork, video game giant Capcom will sponsor the upcoming Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour. Who knows if that will extend to character merchandise or add on DLC for Drake and Wayne modelled in the same fashion, but the 30 date tour kicks off September 27th.
This is hard to watch. Janessa Slater (Saturday Night Live’s Vanessa Bayer) is a media coach who is here to help your favorite artists fix their image, one joke at a time. Directed by Pete Schultz.
50 keeps the G-Unit reunion going with “Real Quick”, a freestyle over Drake’s “0 to 100″. YO WHERE’S OLIVIA?!?!
Drake claims Sunday as his own with the release of his new track, “0 To 100″. Run forest…
OB OBrien, the red-bearded comic relief from Drake’s “Started From The Bottom” video, is not coincidentally an artist on Drizzy’s OVO imprint. Here’s two new track from the TOPSZN emcee.
First offering from Tha Carter V, produced by Boi-1da and Vinylz.
Here is the cover art to Wayne’s new Carter V single, featuring Drake. We expect audio to soon follow…
Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose are joined by Drake to talk about his Raptors’ improvement after the Rudy Gay trade, the great fans of Toronto, and when Jalen used to bump into Drake at the club in Toronto. In the second clip, watch Drake lint-roll his pants courtside at the game.
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