nothing was the same
Drake gave the look, the verse, and even the hook to a list of up and comping rappers since he’s reached superstar status. Not to say that the Toronto rapper has birthed any artist’s career per se, but he’s undoubtedly created a platform and heightened the fan bases of a lucky few.
Drake has been on a natural high for a hot minute so it was just a matter of time before he was thrown a curveball in his wonderful life. As he enjoys the comfort bosom of his new love, Rihanna and his latest album Nothing Was the Same continues to thrive in platinum heaven, the […]
Drake hosting Saturday Night Live included double duty with him performing a pair of songs during each of his musical sets. The YMCMB rapper kicked renditions of “Started From The Bottom,” “Trophies,” “Hold On We’re Going Home” and “From Time.”
Drake has a love for Aaliyah that’s well documented, tried, true, and even tattooed on his body. That said, it shouldn’t be surprising that the rap star used Instagram as a means to preview an unreleased track featuring the late songstress.
Drake had a few surprises in store during last night’s “Would You Like a Tour?” show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. By that, we mean guest appearances by West Coast legend Snoop Dogg and a few YMCMB familia in Birdman and Nicki Minaj.
Seemingly anything with Drake‘s name on it is a hot commodity and should never go to waste if you let fans tell it. That said, the Canadian MC plans to keep his momentum going by liberating tracks that didn’t make Nothing Was The Same before 2014.
Homecomings are supposed to be a thing of joy but in Drake’s case, his return to his paternal residence is something he’s been putting off for some time now.
Drake went the cinematic route yet again in his visual for “Worst Behaviour” from his third studio LP, Nothing Was The Same. As behind the scenes photos revealed, the face of OVO invaded Memphis with his entire team in tow and few southern legends.
If there was ever truly any dissension between Drake and his YMCMB clique, we’re seeing it put to rest one guest appearance at a time. The Toronto native recently brought out Lil Wayne for a surprise performance on his “Would You Like A Tour?”
Footage of Drake‘s DJ, Future the Prince, playing the unreleased Hit-Boy-produced record called “Trophies” at the Brooklyn show of the “Would You Like A Tour?” surfaced. With the Internets highly anticipating the horn-laden track’s release, Revolt TV unveils an interview with the YMCMB rapper that gives more information on what he plans to do with it […]
Drake previewed a Hit-Boy produced track rumored to feature Rick Ross in his Nothing Was The Same trailer, but when the album released, the record was nowhere to be found on the track list. But this all changed when his DJ, Future the Prince, previewed a portion of the record at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.