Drake follows up with another new cut, produced by PARTYNEXTDOOR and 40. That “Wu-Tang Forever” remix has got to be coming, right?
Drake drops a new track, sampling Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop”. He throws an indirect shot back at Jay Z, who recently side-swiped him on his own beat, “We Made It”. Produced by Boi-1da. “Oh wait sidebar, left some beat at the end / So that all of you fuck niggas could loop it and get [cont.]
The DJ Mustard produced hit gets a video.
Drake took to his http://octobersveryown.blogspot.com/ to respond to the day’s events, and his comments to Rolling Stone. Read on: Tough Day At The Office With today being the 5th anniversary of So Far Gone I figured it’s fitting to return to it’s place of its origin in order to clear the air about an extremely [cont.]
I'm done doing interviews for magazines. I just want to give my music to the people. That's the only way my message gets across accurately. — Drizzy (@Drake) February 13, 2014 Drake sent the above Tweet out today after Rolling Stone published their interview with him, which allegedly caught the rapper on his worst behavior. [cont.]
Drake continues his harder-edged tracks like “Started From The Bottom” and “Worst Behavior”, by performing his latest two joints “Trophies” and “We Made It”. Hey, Drizzy, where’s that “Wu-Tang Forever” remix?
Produced by DJ Mustard, from YG’s My Krazy Life due March 18th. Down below, YG performs on Arsenio with Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan.
Drake helps out two homies on a pair of new, unrelated tracks. You may recognize OB OBrien from the “Started From The Bottom” video.
Here goes all of Drake’s appearances of SNL from this past weekend, of which he performed and hosted.
Drizzy sits in with Jimmy Fallon in promotion of his hosting of Saturday Night Live this weekend.
Drake will be on SNL this weekend. Here is the commercial for the episode, co-starring Jay Pharoahe.
Produced by Hitboy. Co-Produced by Hagler & 40. We expect the “Wu-Tang Forever” remix New Years Eve.
Migos flow….. The first of Drake’s promised year-end treats, produced by Hit Boy. “Trophies” will follow…. then maybe “Wu-Tang Forever (Remix)”?
In a recent interview with Vibe, Drake finally set the record straight about any proposed beefs with Kendrick Lamar, after his name was mentioned on Kendrick’s “Control” verse. “I don’t ever want to get into responses. It’s a commitment to go there. “The Language” is just energy. What it was inspired by, I’m sure that, [cont.]
Future’s MikeWillMadeIt produced hit nabs Drake and Juicy J for the remix.
Timbaland’s new high-profile posse cut gets a lyric video. Textbook Tim coming soon.
Here is the uncleared video for Drake’s “We’ll Be Fine” from 2011′s Take Care, directed by Mikael Columbu, the man behind The Weeknd’s “The Knowing” video. The video was denied and cancelled by the label, so the director has released the clip set to the music of Verdi’s “Don Carlo”, making it even more pretentious [cont.]
As it’s long been in the news, Drake has been working on a posthumous Aaliyah album, which may or may not see the light of day. Today he lets loose a preview of one of the tracks from this project via his Instagram. Drake has stated that he will release up to 5 unreleased tracks [cont.]
From Timbaland’s upcoming new album, Textbook Timbo, coming soon.
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