Drake still plans to do right and kill everything. In his Billboard cover story, he gives his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and says he’s impervious to his attack.
Drake’s all smiles on the cover of this weeks edition of Billboard. Say cheese when Nothing Was The Same drops September 24th.
During his VMA rehearsal, Drake explains to MTV ’s Rob Markman the concept of the covers of Nothing Was the Same. Hear how it all sounds when the album drops September 24. Sidebar: Drake Talks “Tuscan Leather” and “Paris Morton Music 2″
Drake starts his set by recreating his recently revealed album art while performing “Hold On, We’re Going Home” and then transitions into “Started From The Bottom”. Barring any further setbacks, Nothing Was The Same will be in stores September 24th.
For their latest commercial the folks over at Beats By Dre links up with 2 Chainz to “destroy bad sound”. The clip stars 2 Chainz and features a preview of his Drake and Lil Wayne assisted track “I Do It”, which is featured on the rapper’s sophomore album. B.O.A.T.S. 2: Me Time. drops September 10.
Drake’s got his head in the clouds on the cover of his upcoming album, Nothing Was The Same. Deluxe edition after the jump. Album in stores September 24th. Illustrated by Kadir Nelson.
Bad news rap dudes. Drake’s junior set, Nothing Was The Same has been delayed from September 17th to September 24th. On a brighter note, Drizzy will be performing “Started From The Bottom” this Sunday at the MTV VMAs. Tune in.