A$AP Rocky enlisted some of today’s hottest rapper Drake, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar for the song and visuals for “F**kin Problem” The visuals are simple peacoats, collared shirt, an empty room, greogeous women, quick cuts, and of course some mean mugging. With that being said they all appeared to
On his trip to the U.K. for the “Club Paradise” tour, Drake showed off another one of his many talents by impersonating Lil Wayne while visiting BBC Radio 1Xtra host Tim Westwood. Take a look at the clip Drake’s impersonation is really good.
R&B songbird Shanell (aka Snl) has been crowned the First Lady of Young Money way before Nicki Minaj joined the label. However she’s been laying low behind the scenes in A&R development, penning songs for Lil Wayne and other artists as she waits her turn to shine as
During his L.A. visit to Power 106, Drake took the liberty of releasing T.I.’s verse over his Take Care single “Headlines.” Yes, this is the radio rip for now but we will update this post as soon as we get a hold of the CDQ. So for now take a
Drake yet again dedicates his latest single “Make Me Proud” to the ladies. The T-Minus production ( yea he produced “I’m on One” too) features Nicki Minaj and will appear on his sophomore album Take Care, now due November 15. This track like Drake’s “Over” didn’t really do it for
Drake gets back to business in the video for “Headlines,” the first single from his sophomore album Take Care, due October 24. The fast-paced clip, co-directed by Lamar Taylor and Hyghly Alleyne, was filmed in various locations throughout his hometown of Toronto. [ad#Links Ad] Drake ~ Headlines (Official Video) from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.
Tyga brings back the Drake-assisted “Still Got It,” the new single from his sophomore album Careless World: Rise of The Last King, due in November. The upbeat track recycles Drake’s record of the same name from June of last year, with new verses from Tyga. Listen to the radio rip below. [ad#Links Ad] [message type=download]
Drake literally strikes gold on the cover of his sophomore album Take Care, due October 24. Young Money’s Canadian superstar sits at a table with a gold goblet, October’s Very Own owl, and candlestick. According to Drizzy, the album will be available in three versions—the standard, Birthday Edition, and Take Care OG Ron C Edition. Stevie Wonder, Lil Wayne,
Drake reflects in “Club Paradise,” named after a strip club in Toronto. October’s Very Own recalls his past over the mellow Noah “40” Shebib production, mending his relationship with his mother, calling out strippers by their real names, and sharing advice from T.I. “And I was told once things
Lenny Kravitz joins forces with the Canada’s Young Money rapper Drake for the uptempo, feel good, sunny track titled “Sunflower” which is taken from the legendary singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist’s forthcoming ninth solo studio album Black and White America (Aug. 30). [ad#Links Ad]