Wordsmiff gifts fans with “The Vent II,” the first track from his upcoming mixtape Bars Over Everything II. Taking a daunting dare, he lays bars over the Drake’s infamous “Pound Cake” beat.
Despite his well publicized beef with Jay Z in the mid 2000s, Cam’ron ensured that there’s no longer an issue with the Brooklyn MC and that the moment came and went. However, he thinks those feelings aren’t reciprocated on Hov’s part, and claims that the millionaire mogul won’t even allow The Diplomats’ music to be […]
On Friday night (Oct. 4), Jay Z kicks off the Magna Carter world tour in Manchester. Hova performed plenty of cuts from his catalog but in the footage below we get a taste of the old (“Dead Presidents II” from Reasonable Doubt) and the new (“Pound Cake” from Drake’s recent Nothing Was The Same).
Cam’ron is making movies now. The Harlem rapper is making short films, which he plans to drop monthly, along with accompanying music, starting in January. Killa also elaborated on the bars he dropped in response to Jay Z’s “Pound Cake” verse.
It’s clearly open season on Drake‘s “Pound Cake” instrumental. After a standout entry from the LOX yesterday, Chicago MC Lupe Fiasco steps up with a worthy take of his own titled “Pound of Flesh (Paris, Tokyo 2).”
There’s always an understated tension — one of an impending threat on both sides, but non violent in nature — whenever Drake and Jay Z appear together on wax. That said, MTV spoke with the former to discuss “Pound Cake,” him proclaiming his greatness, and more.
With only a week to go until Nothing Was The Same releases, the Internets receive a treat via Drake and Jay Z‘s collaborative outro “Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2.”
Drake is gearing up to release his third studio albums sans any of the special marketing tactics competition like Jay Z and Kanye West employed for their projects earlier this summer. Despite this, the OVO rhymer seems eerily confident in what he’s created and today, fans get a first look at what’s fueling his bravado […]