Instagram is more often than not the most curated social network of them all, meaning it’s a space where people carefully select what get’s posted. And for rapper Drake, the web hub for photos allows him to stunt when he isn’t doing so in the booth.
On Tuesday night (January 6), Drake stepped into Los Angeles’ one-man squared circle of comedy, the Comedy Store.
It’s far from irrational to say that Drake owned 2014, despite delivering his last full-length project the previous year. And if you don’t agree, here’s footage of the Toronto rapper bringing in the New Year at Marqee Nightclub in Las Vegas, where he performed a set of records he dropped last year.
A new track by ILOVEMAKONNEN called “Down 4 So Long (Remix)” closes out Red Bull’s “20 Before 15” series.
New Drake alert, sort of. Over the weekend, OVO’s OB O’Brien dropped “Schemin’ Up,” which features the label’s founder and Toronto affiliate P. Reign.
If there’s a new gleam in ILOVEMAKONNEN’s eyes, remind yourself that a Grammy Award nomination will do that to an artist. Such was apparent last night (December 9) during the rapper/singer’s performance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
For a second consecutive year, Drake will bless Toronto Raptors fans with a personal token of his appreciation.
OVO duo Majid Jordan return with an artsy visual for “Her” from their recent EP A Place Like This.
The Internets work at a quick pace. As the smoke clears in the aftermath of Diddy reportedly laying hands on Drake outside of Miami’s LIV nightclub, laughs ensue courtesy of the corresponding memes.
Drake was minding his business, and then Chris Brown threw his name in the mix during the ugly back and forth with Karrueche Tran this past weekend. According to sources, Drizzy is furious while maintaining that Karrueche was never his side chick.
Aside from being one of the most interestingly named artists in the game, PARTYNEXTDOOR has amassed a quickly growing fan base, putting him on the radars of music fans following a pair of acclaimed full length projects and his first U.S. tour. With the year nearly over, the Canadian crooner announces his plan to continue touring and whets listeners appetites with […]
A$AP Mob had the honor of closing out Red Bull’s “30 Days In LA” concert series (which has been epic so far) last night (November 30) at Palladium. Performing hits from their growing catalog, the New York City rap collective also came with a surprise in tow: a performance by Drake.