The Olympians aren’t the only ones breaking records. With 2 Chainz’ “No Lie” landing this week at #1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts, Drake’s assistance earned him a total of 10 #1s passing Jay-Z’s 9. Drake is also the current record holder for most #1s on Billboard’s Rap charts. In February, “Make Me Proud” earned him his 11th passing Puff. How’s that for a new Drake record?
Backstage at his OVO Fest last weekend, Drake spoke to Much Music on his performance, Aaliyah’s single “Enough Said” and her posthumous album helmed mostly by himself and “40”. Drake also says it will feature at least 13-14 tracks and will include those who have worked with the late songstress. Miss Info has clarification on whether the project is supported by her family.
There is nothing like the original. And while backstage at one of his Club Paradise shows, Drake receives a vintage Cash Money chain. In the words of B.G., bing bing bling bling. breadoverbed
Waka also lended his assistance during yesterday’s OVO festival by joining Drake for “Round Of Applause”. After the jump, Snoop joins the fun with “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and “Beautiful”.
Of course, Drake brought out a few surprise guests during last night’s show. Above, Nicki Minaj made her presence felt for “Make Me Proud”. She got it, there she go.
Drake held his annual OVO Fest last night at the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto. Above, The Weeknd joins him on stage for a little “Crew Love”. Of course, the home crowd was loving it.
Enough can’t be said about Drake’s love for Aaliyah. In fact, rumor has it that he will be overseeing her posthumous album. But until we get confirmation, here’s a new track produced by 40. ovo