16 posts tagged Drake
Have you ever seen a more spot on Lil’ Wayne impersonation? During his interview with Tim Westwood, Drizzy captures his idol perfectly. He also spit a few bars for him in the same interview, as well as revealing some things about the Club Paradise Tour, his record “The Motto” and more.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Drake go head-to-head on who the greatest team in the NBA is. NBA 2k12 in stores now.
Happy Friday. Available Saturday on iTunes. Listen to Drizzy and Mrs. Aubrey Graham’s latest track over at OVO.
MJ and Drizzy make a cameo in this debate of who is the greatest team player. We’re with the P-Town guy, of course.
I live for the nights that I can’t remember, with the people that I won’t forget
If you’re more of a weekend person than a Thursday person, you might want to reconsider. The Weeknd dropped Thursday and here’s our review.
“Thursday doesn’t try to welcome new fans into the R&B sensation shrouded in mystery. It very much picks up where House Of Balloons left off — a plethora of enthrall beats, silky vocals, and an overall evaluation of aching seductions waiting to be heard.”
To commemorate our all-time views of 10,000, Gangsta Mondays features Young Angel & Young Lion, a joint mixtape by Drake and Lil’ Wayne that should give fans an idea of their album coming soon. Young Moola baby!
There has always been this long history of rappers co-signing artists. The Weeknd is no different, seeing a lot of appreciation from his hometown Toronto, as well as his fellow native Drake. Drizzy undoubtedly brought the singer into the limelight on March 6, tweeting his lyrics and a link about the song, “Wicked Games” off the remarkable House of Balloons.
Fast forward to the 2nd annual OVO festival, Drake tells Billboard.com’s The Juice that Abel Tesfaye will appear on his sophomore effort, Take Care.
“He’s one of the greatest artists I ever heard,” he says of The Weeknd. “He’s on my album a lot. We really collaborated a lot on this album.”
The YMCMB rap singer speaks further on the Weeknd, noting he has been a major inspiration to sing better on-stage and “he just inspired me writing wise, music wise, just to better my product.”
“To hear someone else with an incredible body of work is very rare. It’s very inspiring.” Drake says.
Drake’s highly anticipated single off Take Care dropped a couple of hours ago. “Headlines” is produced by Drizzy’s go-to guy Boi-1da. This joint is real different from past leaks with him showing off a more tougher side, yet still bringing in his signature R&B crooning we all know and love. His sophomore release is planned to drop on October 24th.
Listen over at OVO.