It’s clearly Drake‘s time. As fans anxiously await his third album, Nothing Was The Same, Billboard magazine unveils their fall preview issue cover featuring the OVO founder.

Drake‘s Nothing Was The Same is easily the most anticipated album in the pool of what else 2013 has to offer. Scheduled for a September 24 release, the 26-year-old has kept the lid tight on the LP’s major details. However, he did speak on two songs — the intro, “Tuscan Leather,” and “Paris Morton Music II,” […]

MTV’s Rob Markman recently caught up with Drake, who finally spilled the beans about the inspiration for Nothing Was The Same‘s highly talked about (often jokingly) artwork.

When Drake unveiled the cover for his upcoming album, Nothing Was The Same,  Wednesday (August 21) evening, it didn’t take long for the Internets to go in with the slander. As expected, the jokes came within moments of the artwork’s big reveal. 

Drake’s new album, Nothing Was The Same, is inching closer to release and some more details are creeping in. Jay Z has been confirmed as one of the album’s featured guests. 

If never before, recent events suggest that it’s Drake‘s time to flourish. In support of his highly anticipated album Nothing Was The Same (due out September 17), the YMCMB superstar appears on the cover of XXL magazine’s 150th issue.

UPDATE: Drake delivers the CDQ for his new single “Hold On We’re Going Home.” Purchase the song on iTunes and find it after the jump. We can’t help but recall Denzel Washington’s Training Day quotable, “This sh*t’s chess, it ain’t checkers,” when thinking about Drake‘s recent moves. Following the star studded fourth annual OVO Fest, the Toronto native returns literally […]

Drake’s latest Nothing Was The Same drop, “All Me,” released under 24 hours ago, but early whispers infer that it’s a hit in the making. With a line up also donning 2 Chainz and Big Sean, quotables were promised. But none registered like Drizzy’s claims that he’s “the light-skinned Keith Sweat.”

A shortened version of the OVO Fest is just days away. So, Drake drops “All Me,” featuring 2 Chainz and Big Sean, the latest single from his forthcoming new album, Nothing Was The Same.

Last night’s BET Awards was one of the best yet, and capped off the BET Experience weekend. But conspicuously absent was Drake, who was nominated for numerous awards. The YMCMB and OVO rapper took to Twitter to explain why he was AWOL; he is finishing up his forthcoming album, Nothing Was The Same.

So you thought summer 2013 would on go without a proper Drake sighting? Picture that. This morning alone we received four new heaters from the Toronto native. On one the Canadian rhymer raps alongside longtime cohort J. Cole on the “Jodeci” freestyle.

Rapping Drake returns on one of the hottest tracks from below the Mason-Dixon –as he’s been known to do. Similar to his treatment of Future’s “Tony Montana” and Waka Flocka Flame’s “Round Of Applause,” the OVO rhymer hops on a current Atlanta heater by Migos called “Versace.”