Last night, Waka and Drizzy finally linked up to shoot the video for their remix turned official version and shared a few flicks from the set. Full video should be dropping soon. Sidebar:
Drake season has returned. Could he do it again? Yes, he can! Back with his trusty production visionary, Noah “40” Shebib, these Toronto kids delivered a terrific second album. Unified in their independence, the OVOXO Hit Squad shine on captivating cuts like the Weeknd-featured “Crew Love” and “The Ride”. Even the outside guests here are sewn into the fabric of their surroundings rather seamlessly. Wayne gets his swagger back on the rollicking “HYFR”, Minaj dabbles all over “Make Me Proud,” […]
Common appeared on Sirius Hip-Hop Nation last night. During his interview, he spoke on his battle with Mr. Graham. War of the words, take two.
[vodpod id=Video.15939712&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Although Drake isn’t featured in the official version that you see on TV, MJB finally releases the alternate take, now including Mr. Graham. Nothing wrong with that. My Life II in stores now. And oh yeah, Happy Born Day, Queen.
DJ Khaled patiently waited to work with Aubrey Graham and when he finally got his chance, Drake blessed him. His killer hook here set the tone for the summer and his Take Care comeback. And don’t sleep on the verse. “What’s up with these new niggas? And why they think it all comes so easy?”. He playfully jabbed at his fellow young MCs over his buddies T-Minus and 40’s filtered funk. Should Drizzy have kept this hit for himself? Fuck […]
“You ain’t wetting nobody nigga, you Canada dry.” Lonnie caught wind of Drake’s response and returns fire with a verse of his own (3:30 mark). The gloves are off now. rapfix
“You like the fuckin finish line, we can’t wait to run into you” —Drake Not too long after dropping his mixtape, Rich Forever, Rozay plots his way on to the small screen with his new video to accompany the project. Directed by Spiff TV. wshh