Drake on a joint that he mentioned during his CRWN interview with Elliott Wilson. This Bey business is sounding a LOT like the hip hop album of the year. And that just screws everyone’s list.
Call it the female version of what The Black Album was originally intended to be.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Beyoncé releases a brand new, self-titled 14-track LP, complete with features from Drake, Jay Z, and Frank Ocean and music videos for each song.
No promotion, no singles, just music.
Tracklisting after the jump.
This is good. and not just unnecessarily busy with clicks and beeps and lasers. Timbaland’s rapping is less muscular than Timbaland though.
Drake and his pops hit the streets of Memphis in the official ten-minute visual for “Worst Behavior.” Cameos include Juicy J, Project Pat and whatever deranged individual got paid to wear that creepy OVO owl costume.
My nickname for this is also “Worst Song On The Album” but maybe it has a second life with this video. His pops is in it, after all.
While it didn’t happen first week like he originally predicted, Drake’s third LP, Nothing Was The Same, did officially hit the million mark in album sales this week. The album becomes Aubrey’s fastest to go platinum, hitting a milli just six weeks after its release.
Q says a lot of vague things about Kendrick not going at Drake in the verse, and then starts nervously fidgeting when asked to elaborate. That verse was going at Drake but…it must stink to have to talk about K. Dot in every interview for his album. The Control Effect, everyone!
Drizzy spills the beans on the Hit-Boy-produced “Trophies,” which he said he had initially written two different hooks for. Drake says he will finish the song and release it soon, along with the “Wu-Tang Forever (Remix)” and a track with YG.
Happy Birthday Aubrey. Or as they say in Yiddish, A freilekhn geburtstog! Or something like that.
The boy from Toronto turns 27 today. We figured, what better way to celebrate the 27th anniversary of Drake’s birth than to reflect on his career-long body of work? From Comeback Season to Nothing Was The Same, we compiled (at least what we think are) the 27 strongest tracks from his catalogue. Read More
we had high hopes for jermaine. his mixtape “the warm up” was a needed shot of vigor in a slumping independent scene, wanting for a sellable, sobering presence. his college kid pluckiness and tupac-nas derivative flows were respectful without mimicking. his collegiality was light-hearted, but not obnoxious. then, he got signed to a record deal, and it all unraveled.