Would You Like A Tour?
Drake, who’s on the home stretch of the European leg of his “Would You Like A Tour?,” debuted a new record called “Call On Me” at a show in Birmingham, England.
A few weeks ago, Kanye West said the media, “always be trying to pit n***s against each other and that ain’t going down no more,” in reference to the Drake/Rolling Stone controversy. To show and prove, the rap superstars connected on stage during the European leg of the Toronto native’s “Would You Like A Tour?.”
Drake had a few surprises in store during last night’s “Would You Like a Tour?” show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. By that, we mean guest appearances by West Coast legend Snoop Dogg and a few YMCMB familia in Birdman and Nicki Minaj.
This may not come as a surprise to some, but yesterday (November 14), Drake and Rihanna were spotted in a Houston gentleman’s club looking extremely chummy and spending a pretty penny.
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.
Homecomings are supposed to be a thing of joy but in Drake’s case, his return to his paternal residence is something he’s been putting off for some time now.
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?”
Drake previewed a Hit-Boy produced track rumored to feature Rick Ross in his Nothing Was The Same trailer, but when the album released, the record was nowhere to be found on the track list. But this all changed when his DJ, Future the Prince, previewed a portion of the record at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
It’s always nice to when there’s a star-studded tour but it’s an additional bonus when said stars actually have material together.
Hey Philly rap fans, Drake was just looking out for your welfare. Reportedly, Drizzy cancelled his show in Philadelphia this past weekend (Saturday, Oct. 19) because of fear that a catwalk used during his show would malfunction and injure attendees.
Nothing will be the same for Drake in Philadelphia — the same city that pummeled Santa Claus with snowballs — after he postponed his “Would You Like A Tour?” show less than an hour before the concert was set to begin, according to philly.com.