Drake has finished his Nothing Was the Same album, wiped his tears and revealed the track list. The 13-track record will arrive in stores on September 24, and includes appearances by several big name guests – Jay-Z, Detail, Big Sean, Majid Jordan and 2 Chainz.
Many people have a love/hate relationship with Drake and he perfectly captured the essence of that with the dual covers of his new album, Nothing Was the Same. With one inspired painting and another shot looking utterly horrendous, the Kadir Nelson-desgined artwork has left fans of the rapper divided.
Just when it seemed as though all the music on his Nothing Was the Same album would be ego-stroking odes to imaginary street life, Drake has finally released a new song that is worth our time. “Hold On, We’re Going On” reintroduces us the part-time singer at his very best – emotional, inspired and focused […]
Drake hosted the 4th annual OVO Fest in Toronto last evening, and brought out a range of special guests to give his fans a night that they would never forget. TLC, J. Cole, Miguel, Big Sean and Kanye West were all on hand to support the top-selling rapper as he performed in his glowing white […]
The Hip-Hop King of Melodrama, Drake, just loves releasing music when people least expect it and in the early hours of this bright Thursday morning, he did exactly that. Drake’s new song, “All Me”, features 2 Chainz and Big Sean, and stands as the latest single from his upcoming album, Nothing Was the Same.
“Would you like some music?” Drake asked his fans who were just about to hop into bed following a busy night of night partying. In the early hours of Saturday morning, the rapper announced the release date of his new album, Nothing Was the Same, and shared a pair of new songs, one of which […]
Since the release of his hit single “Started from the Bottom”, Drake has endured serious backlash from Hip-Hop fans who rightfully regard his ode to the streets as inauthentic. Yet, their claims have not dampened the melodic rapper’s stance and he has responded to his critics in the latest issue of GQ magazine.
Drake is so…special. After teasing his fans with the possibility of a tour on Twitter, the rapper has revealed that his question was actually the name of his latest venture, Would You Like a Tour?. Set to kickoff on September 25 in Portland, the shows will be supported by Miguel and Future.
We’ve officially arrived at the middle of the year and that means it’s time for the 2013 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert. Presented live from Met Life Stadium in New York, the event will feature performances by a range of Hip-Hop heavyweights as well as reported surprise appearances by Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj.
Drake can’t decide if he wants to be a goon or a care bear. After boasting about starting from the bottom and representing the mean streets of Toronto, the polarised rapper has released a new song called “Girls Love Beyonce”, in which he softly coos about finding true love.