Meek Mill — a rapper who seemingly found paradise in record sales and critical acclaim courtesy of his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money — has sadly been embroiled in a beef… or feud… whatever you wanna call it, with the biggest name of ’em all, Drake. Drake has already sent out an arsenal of ammunition Meek’s way (byway of “Charged Up” and “Back to Back”) and now it appears as though Meek is finally ready for a response with “Wanna Know.” Unfortunately this wasn’t a hot diss track, no matter which way you cut it, and the world knows it. In case you were wondering what “Wanna Know” sounds like go and get at it after the jump.
Drake is back with his barrel still aimed at Meek Mill. This time he’s using “Back to Back” to go directly at Meek — slandering the rapper’s name and proving that Drizzy is the best in the game. In case “Charged Up,” the previous diss track was a little too soft for you then Drake’s got some serious ammunition in his cannon for “Back to Back.” Basically: Don’t fuck with Drake. Let’s see if we can get a Meek Mill response. Check out “Back to Back” after the jump.
So a lot has happened within the last 48 hours or so — let us catch you up to speed. What seemed like a normal installment of “OVO Sound Radio” on iTunes, Drake’s show on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station, soon turned into an all out assault on Meek Mill. During the program, Drake premiered three new tracks: “Charged Up”, “You Used To” (a remix of D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha”), and “Right Hand”. “Charged Up” is rumored to be a response to Mill who sent out some nasty tweets Drake’s way over the weekend — mostly targeting his lyrical content which he believes have been “ghostwritten”. The particular song in question, “R.I.C.O.” is on Mill’s newest album, Dreams Worth More Than Money. You can listen to both “Charged Up” and “Cha Cha” after the jump. Let us know what you think of the Drake/Meek Mill fiasco, as well.
This past weekend “OVO Sound Radio” was born, Drake’s show on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station. Drake played three new remixes during the program, adding verses to Wizkid’s “Ojuelegba”, Ramriddlz’s “Sweeterman”, and Roy Wood$’s “Drama”. Now, you can listen to official audio of his “Ojuelegba” remix, which also features Skepta. Ceck it out after the jump.
So this happened. Drake has released the first video for a single from his If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late album. And it’s no surprise that the song is “Energy,” a track when put on people instantly sing along. But the video is a tad bit, well, strange? Don’t get me wrong, I love when hip hop keeps it weird and funky. But I don’t what it is about the video for “Energy” that is really cringeworthy. Is it Drake strutting around in front of a white background? Is it all these random shots of equally random people? Or is it perhaps Drake being CGI’ed as Oprah, Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, and even Barack Obama? Nothing wrong with drag or impersonations but these are just so poorly done and are genuinely freaking me out. Pitchfork called the video “unbelievable” and I pray they’re referring to how absurd it is. Anyway, you be the judge. Check out Drake’s “Energy” video after the jump.
Meek Mill season has officially arrived, you thirsty bastards! Just kidding, but I’m sure you know the new Meek, Dreams Worth More Than Money, is out now. One of the album’s most hyped up track by fans is “R.I.CO.” as it’s a collaboration between some of the hottest rappers in the game: Meek Mill and Drake. It’s also produced by the great and always reliable Vinylz so that’s definitely an added bonus. Anyway, I won’t talk your head off–check out “R.I.C.O.” after the jump.
Drake and The Game link up for “100,” a track which finds the two rappers addressing their haters, the lames and even fakes. The track is produced by Cardo and Johnny Juliano. Check out “100” after the jump.
Meek Mill’s sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money will officially be dropping next week. It’s due on June 29 via MMG/Atlantic. The album features guest spots from Nicki Minaj, Drake, the Weeknd, Future, Swizz Beatz, Rick Ross, Diddy, and Chris Brown. Find the exclusive tracklist after the jump.
When Meek Mill isn’t receiving a complementary lap dance courtesy of his bad chick Nicki Minaj he’s dropping hot freestyles over some of the biggest tracks in rap. Here he’s taking on Drake’s “Energy” which is still bumping in cars across America. Check it out after the jump.
Drake’s mixtape/album If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (read our review of the album here) is getting a physical release on April 21st and with it arriving in stores Drizzy is sharing a new track that’ll only appear on the aforementioned physical version. “My Side” (along with “How Bout Now”) are the two bonus tracks. You can stream “My Side” for free after the jump.
Last night was a monumental moment for hip-hop as Drake headlined the final night of Coachella’s opening weekend. During his performance he busted out a few songs from his surprise new album If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. The biggest (and most bizarre) moment of his set came midway through, when Madonna made a surprise appearance. After a brief performance of “Human Nature” and “Hung Up” she circled around Drizzy, leaned down, and initiated a long, kiss. After a few seconds, she uttered her latest catchphrase “B**ch, I’m Madonna” – and sauntered offstage. Watch the entire performance after the jump. It’s a doozy.
Styles P just can’t stop giving. I guess the “P” stands for Presents because this man has all the gifts, even when you’re least expecting ’em. After dropping some serious gems a week back with “Still Bangin'” and “Don’t Fade Em” P returns with a remix of Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late cut “Energy.” Check it out after the jump.