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 […]
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.
Drizzy Back. Take Care, October 24th. ovo
Now that Jeezy has set September 20 as the official release date of TM 103, Def Jam has issued a press release with the highlight being that the project will feature two versions of “I Do”. One featuring Jay-Z and Drake and
On the eve of the city of Cleveland’s 215th Birthday, Aubrey threw the opening pitch at yesterday’s Indians vs. White Sox game at Progressive Stadium. If you were keeping score, the Indians took a
Rolling Stone was one of the lucky few to preview Drizzy’s upcoming album, Take Care. Drake confirmed that “Shot For Me”, “Free Spirit” with Rick Ross and “The Real Her” with Lil Wayne will be featured on the album. Below is a excerpt from the article. He cues up several tracks in various states of completion, all of which sit squarely in the sparse, somber register that
Drake called DJ Green Lantern‘s Invasion Radio last night on Hip-Hop Nation. He stepped away from mixing his first single to big up Kreayshawn and plug Take Care.