The media wants to see Drake and his Young Money boss, Lil Wayne part ways badly, but it wouldn’t be a good look. As long as Drake can get crowds to go bananas by using Wayne–like he did in Miami–the people will keep supporting.
If there was ever truly any dissension between Drake and his YMCMB clique, we’re seeing it put to rest one guest appearance at a time. The Toronto native recently brought out Lil Wayne for a surprise performance on his “Would You Like A Tour?”
Following proper rapper in 2013 protocol, Drake shares plenty of personal moments with his fans on social media. The latest glimpse into his life that the YMCMB and OVO rapper offered was receiving his physical Grammy Award.
We here at Hip-Hop Wired have an affinity for thick women. There, we admit it. With that said, we present a girl that reality TV buffs will undoubtedly recognize named Catya “Cat” Washington.
Drake’s 2013 is already off to an epic start. The Toronto rapper’s Take Care just won the Grammy award for Best Rap Album, he dropped a new video for his hit single “Started From The Bottom” and he settled that pesky “Marvin’s Room” lawsuit.
Drake’s Thanksgiving holiday hit a sad note with the passing of his grandmother, Evelyn Sher. The Canadian rapper was very close to Sher, whom he called “Bubby,” and tweeted the news of her death. “Rest in peace to my grandmother Evelyn Sher. What a day to go…thankful to have had the times we did.”
The tour life is starting for Wiz Khalifa and the Taylor Gang as the 2050 Tour is getting ready to kick off. In this video for “Runways,” the Pittsburgh megastar takes a cue from Drake’s “Cameras” off of his latest album, Take Care.
People love to steal Drake’s music. With a vast catalog of club hits and emo-laced tracks, Internet pirates have lots of material to choose from, but “The Motto” seems to be their favorite. According to Spin.com, the very record that launched the YOLO revolution was downloaded 458,038 times in the United States, over a six-month tracking […]
Writer Henry Adaso found himself in the sights of Universal Music Group’s legal team after writing a review for Drake’s sophomore smash album Take Care for the website About.com, which was eventually removed for what the label charged as “copyright infringement.” Adaso alleges that the powerful record company, which also serves as the parent base […]