The Rock is still keeping his Monsta Mondays going strong and for week 42, he grabs his PNC Sean P for their rendition of The Throne’s already overused instrumental.
Although Drake couldn’t nab Sade for his debut, Thank Me Later, he tells MuchMusic that Stevie Wonder will appear on his sophomore set, Take Care. Isn’t that lovely? “Stevie Wonder is a very close friend of mine. I’m honored to call him a friend, someone who embraced me very early in this music business. This is an exclusive right here, because it’s MuchMusic, and we’re Canadian: Stevie Wonder is actually on ‘Take Care.’ He helped me out with a lot […]
Now that Jay Rock’s debut is in stores, he maintains momentum and enlists Gotti and Waka to hop on this remix. And if you haven’t done so yet, Follow Me Home here.
Freezer and Young Chris allow the cameras to roll in the studio for their video to accompany their take on The Throne’s new track.
Drake’s 2nd annual OVO Festival went down yesterday in Toronto. After The Weeknd and Rozay warmed things up, October’s Very Own took the stage and brought out J.Cole, Nas, Lil Wayne and Stevie Wonder during his set. Weren’t there? Exclusive Access got us covered.
Even though Game’s new tape doesn’t drop till 1:11 pm, DJ Skee gives us a track to get a taste of what to expect. Hopefully, Hood Morning (No Typo): Candy Coronas is better than this.
One half of The Throne performed Friday night at Splendour
Hip Hop’s new go-to-guy for hooks is back with a brand new video to accompany his latest single, directed by B. Epstein.
You don’t have to travel overseas for this shindig. Swizzy’s Reethym Of Life ad gets the full musical video treatment featuring the missus. Premiered by Vimeo
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