For a third time, Drake and Future are returning to the road. This time, the duo are co-headlining their “Summer Sixteen Tour ” with special guests include Roy Woods, DVSN, and special guests.
Drake’s OVO pal, OB O’Brien, is back with his latest hip-hop delivery, going in on Tinashe and Schoolboy Q’s recent radio hit, “2 On.” This particular delivery is somewhat special though, as Drizzy himself raps and sings alongside OB.
As a nod to his new-found BFF and former Texas A&M Quarterback, Johnny Manziel, Drake this week dropped off a new track dedicated to the future pro football player, aptly-dubbed “Draft Day.”
YG and Drake are living it up out in Malibu in the video for their new joint track, “Who Do You Love.” The collabo cut is to appear on the West Coast rapper’s upcoming album, My Krazy Life, landing on March 18.
Drake has recruited Outkast to co-headline the fifth installment of his annual OVO Fest this summer. The two-day concert will take place at Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.
Miami Beach, FL – December 30, 2013 – Varsity Presents Fabolous at Mansion Nightclub.
Drake promised new music before the end of 2013 and keeps that promise as he releases a new collaboration with Soulja Boy titled ‘We Made It’.
Upon previously dropping off the audio, this week Timbaland has chosen to liberate a new lyric visual for his Drake, James Fauntleroy and Jay Z-assisted single, “Know Bout Me.” The posse cut will be featured on the producer/rapper’s upcoming solo album, Textbook Timbo.
This is certainly not your average portrayal of Drake. French filmmaker Mikael Colombu has crafted a unique artistic visual coinciding with Drizzy’s Take Care-featured track, “We’ll Be Fine.” This is still probably not what you’re expecting.
Drake hits up his dad’s hometown of Memphis, Tennessee for the visual for his Nothing Was The Same standout, “Worst Behavior.” Aubrey’s father also stars in the lengthy clip for the album cut, which kicks off with some vintage looks, as Drizzy then comes in to modernize things shortly thereafter.