[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”drakeover”] After throwing the ultimate 1-2 punch (Em and Jay), Drizzy Drake closed the show like the champion he is. Like he says at the end, Mr. Graham is the first Canadian rapper to go platinum in the USA. If you don’t respect that, your whole perspective is wack. UPDATE: After the show, Drizzy thanked his fans. [vodpod id=Video.4151782&w=425&h=350&fv=] JB
Hey, new Joell Ortiz. This is produced by DJ Green Lantern and will appear on Joell’s mixtape, YAOWA this October. God, patience is a virtue indeed. os
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”buntrill”] Port Arthur’s finest had the honor of opening up October’s Very Own’s first festival. After riding dirty through his classics, Bun dropped the first single off his new album, Trill OG. By the way, that album is in stores tomorrow. Don’t get it confused! Ha.
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”jeezylose”] Before Jizzle came out and helped Drake make it an unforgettable night, he did his own set for the Toronto crowd and ended things with his Plies collabo. Minus Algernod of course. Nigga, TM103, Sept 2-8! Sidebar: Caught in the act! Beverly, Julia.
Drake bounced around on stage after bringing out Rick Ross at yesterday’s concert. Unfortunately, they didn’t perform “Aston Martin Music” together. Instead Rick went for self and recited “B.M.F.” and “MC Hammer”. Hard body rap!
Another leak from Mac Miller’s K.I.D.S? Don’t mind if I do. This particular joint though, is produced by The Watcherz. K.I.D.S. take over August 13th.
Based on the album title, Trey’s dealing with some mixed emotions. Nonetheless, here is the cover art and tentative tracklist for his September 14th release. 01. Here We Go Again (Interlude) 02. Love Faces 03. Massage 04. Alone 05. Bottoms Up (Feat. Nicki Minaj) 06. Pain (Interlude) 07. Can’t Be Friends 08. Please Return My Call 09. Made To Be Together 10. Pleasure (Interlude) 11. Red Lipstick 12. Doorbell 13. Passion (Interlude) 14. Unfortunate 15. I Like Dat (Freak Freaky […]