Drake has proven he can make hits (He owns the record for most No.1s on the R&B/Hip Hop charts) but there’s something distinctively different about “Hold On, We’re Going Home”.
Yeah he sings. And guess what he raps even better. Aubrey “Drake” Graham is an anomaly. A Black Jew from Toronto Canada who after years of hard work has become the #1 artist in the game. Forget waiting for a naysayer’s acceptance, Drizzy keeps evolving and Nothing Was The Same is his strongest collection of tunes to date. Yup, it’s better than Take Care.
Before Toronto hosts the 2014 NBA All-Star game, the Raptors have appointed Aubrey as the team’s “global ambassador”. As part of the position, Drizzy will serve as the franchises host, business partner, and consultant.
Finally! After my battery died, SupremeTV picked up the slack and caught the remainder of Drake’s set at the ALife store. During his performance, he called on Travi$ Scott and later on, Raekwon grabbed the mic for ”C.R.EA.M”.
Elliott kicked it with Drake this past Sunday at NYU for the latest edition of CRWN.
Following Drake’s album signing at Best Buy, he performed at the A-Life store’s backyard. Before my phone died, I caught footage of “All Of Me” and “Versace”. Later that night, he performed “Wu-Tang Forever” alongside Raekwon. Where’s a charger when you need one? Ugh.
Its been a few years since Drake was in-studio with Angie, but yesterday while making his rounds ’round NYC he stopped through for a sit down. He and Angie chopped it up about his relationship with YMCMB, his love life, Kendricks “Control” verse, his relationships with Jay Z and Kanye and a host of other topics.