Drake’s new album has been pushed back, but there is no need to panic. Nothing Was The Same will now be dropping a week later while the YMCMB and OVO MC will be performing his hit “Started From The Bottom” at this week’s MTV Video Music Awards in Brooklyn.
Future stopped by Los Angeles’ Power 106 to chop it up with the LA Leakers, and to promote his new single “Honest.”
Leave it up to WorldStarHipHop to have a hand in spreading a controversial video that’s now gone viral. Last week, a user submitted a clip of four teenage boys rapping about their prowess at giving oral to other boys and worked in a scheme using Drake’s smash hit, “Started From The Bottom.”
If you weren’t solely focused on the shots Drake sent towards Chris Brown, you knew he was in New York City for the Jordan Brand Classic. Following the game, which showcased the best high school basketball stars in the nation, the OVO rapper tore down the Barclays Center with medley of some of his recent […]
Damn, Chris Brown, why you so mad? Breezy and Drizzy haven’t been friends for a while now, but will the hate ever end? Probably not.
Yes, this is still happening. Now Meek Mill has dropped his own version of Drake’s “Started from The Bottom.”
Drake’s well documented love for H-town dates back to his So Far Gone days, so it’s no surprise that he would try to be everywhere during this past weekend’s NBA All-Star festivities. This included an appearance at the Drink Houston club after All-Star Saturday night, where the Toronto rapper joined 2 Chainz for an impromptu performance of a few […]
If Justin Timberlake is the current king of flourish on the Pop/R&B side, then Drake has to be his Hip-Hop counterpart. No rapper has kicked off 2013 better than the YMCMB superstar, who set the Internets ablaze with visuals for his new track, “Started From the Bottom,” during Sunday’s Grammy Awards.
Last night was a big night for Drake. After winning his first ever Grammy award, he released a video for “Started From The Bottom,” and announced the title of his third solo album.
Last night, Drake dropped a new video for his latest single “Started From The Bottom” which included a cast of almost all Toronto natives.
Drake is having a very good day. After winning the Grammy award for Best Rap Album, Drizzy drops the video for his hit “Started From The Bottom.”
It’s hard to say where Drake’s career would be if it wasn’t for his partner in crime, Noah “40” Shebib.
Astro of X-Factor fame makes it five rappers in four days to take a stab at Drake’s “Started From The Bottom” single.
So apparently covering Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” is some kind of rite of passage. Either that, or rappers are (still) really moved by this record, the latest of which happens to be Machine Gun Kelly.
Looks like everybody is feeling Drake’s “Started from the Bottom” vibe. Wiz Khalifa was so moved by the concept that he provided his own version, and Soulja Boy has made the same move. The Atlanta native dropped his installment of Drizzy’s newly released joint.
Looks like Drake is relaunching his musical takeover a little ahead of schedule. Ocotober’s Very Own chose a Friday night to release the new Mike Zombie produced track “Started From the Bottom,” via his website.
Drake is almost officially back, even though he never really left. The Toronto rapper will be releasing a new single called “Started From The Bottom” on Grammy night, February 10.
It’s looking like Drizzy season has returned. This past weekend in Toronto, Drake and famed director Little X shot a video for a song reportedly titled “Started From The Bottom.”
The longtime guitarist has expressed his disdain for restrictions regarding the ongoing pandemic and opposition to vaccines.
One of Los Angeles Lakers' superstar LeBron James' most sought-after kicks will finally be available to the public.
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