So Far Gone

Drake closed the Houston stop of his “Would You Like A Tour?” with a bang by digging into the crates to perform “November 18th” from So Far Gone.

Drake’s been on fire since the calendar year started (before that too, but who’s counting) and now he covers the latest issue of RESPECT Magazine. The king of Canada chops it up with the Yellow Negro about his latest album, Take Care, and why he avoids all beef. Still want to know where I can […]

With millions of dollars, women at his beckon call, and at a young age of 25, the purveying question throughout Drake’s album Take Care was, “what is the guy so sad about?” Drake has taken note of that, and says that his next album will not have so much of a “down” tone. 

Since the announcement of the album and the singles that have followed for Thank Me Later, Drake hasn’t really been in the good graces of the fans that heralded him as the next in charge. With many making early bets and claiming that a million in first week sales would be easy for the Young […]

“I am working on the last song for Thank Me Later.” – Drake Let’s hope that doesn’t mean that the young rapper is working backwards on his album. Reporting the news through his blog, Young Money’s standout act Drake gave an update to his fans that he is officially wrapping up his debut album Thank […]

Dropping So Far Gone back in 2009, the momentum behind Canadian rapper Drake has been one that hasn’t been seen in quite some time for a rapper. With his name on almost everyone else’s tacks, the buzz has created expectations that some are beginning to believe that the young rapper can live up to along […]

With the comeback season officially coming for Young Money’s Drake, it would only make sense that the Canadian rapper be given the routine treatment and face some leakage. Recently dropping the first single “Over” for his debut album Thank Me Later, the Internet has already gotten its hands on another track “Shut It Down” featuring […]

The saying goes that good things come for those that wait and Fabolous’ continued pushbacks are building up to be a massive payoff for the upcoming mixtape There Is No Competition Part 2: The Funeral Service. With the tape originally planned for release on Christmas Day, Fab has stated that his influence from Drake’s So […]

Many fans have been in an uproar while waiting for the mixtapes to drop from Jay Electronica and Fabolous as their projects have faced pushbacks like they were studio albums. Juelz Santana is another artist that can add his name to the list as the Reagan Era was allegedly dropping on Valentine’s Day, but it […]