He dedicated this to the “glue that holds the sports world together” before telling Skylar Diggins that he’d be one for her. Ladies and gentleman, Drake’s “Side Pieces.” Click through the jump for video.
Drake blessed the ESPYs with a special song for the runners up. This parody seems especially cruel coming from a frontrunner who sings about losing out all the time. It works though, because Drake is made for musical theater, and scarcely too serious to poke fun at himself as a singer. Video after the jump.
The 6ix Mafia don is at it again, remixing a Weezy/Drake special to good effect. After dropping one of the most popular and complete albums last year, Juicy J is poised to make another run at the title of Best Booty Cluh Rapper Of All Time. Couldn’t pick a more fitting candidate either. Click the jump to listen.
Here’s Common keeping it very real about the fact that Drake body slammed his career by sending subliminal shots about former boo-piece and tennis great Serena Williams. The rap vet got in his feelings as Drake swam around in his superstar sweetheart. But are things all resolved now? Was Drake with her shooting in the gym? Check the video after the jump.
Though it’s unclear if Drake’s athletic career ended after the wheelchair incident, he’s remade himself into one of the world’s biggest sports fans. That’s why he’ll host the ESPYs. Video after the jump.
As promised, Wayne delivers “Believe Me” the first single from his upcoming Carter V LP, which features Drake and is co-produced by Boi-1da and Vinylz. Believe the hype.
Carter V season has officially begun. For this week’s edition of Weezy Wednesdays, the YM team decides to spearhead the promo for Wayne’s eleventh studio LP by unveiling the artwork for the album’s first single, “Believe Me,” which features Drake and is co-produced by Boi-1da & Vinylz. Hit the jump to view the teaser for the track.
Thugger finally hits the intranets with ” The Blanguage,” his Metro Boomin-produced interpolation of Drake’s “The Language,” and one of the most anticipated rap records of the past month. This ain’t no freestyle. Read More
The Roc Nation boys link up for their first collaboration in nearly in three years, which includes Hov responding to some shots from Aubrey’s now infamous “off-the-record” interview with Rolling Stone. Read More