Drake News

 
  • Cover of The Most "Drake" Lines On "Nothing Was The Same"
    Drake's album is officially dropping tomorrow, September 24th. Nonetheless the early leak of Nothing Was The Same has given us all enough time to go through the album from start to finish, and properly digest all the lyrics, beats, and Drake-isms.
  • Cover of Drake Confirms Wu-Tang Collaboration, Reveals "Pound Cake" Was Meant For Jay Z's Album
    Drake joined RapRadar's Elliott Wilson at NYU for his CRWN interview series earlier tonight, and while the footage of the hour long discussion has yet to surface, we've been able to piece together much the interview through the consistent live tweeting of press attendees. 
  • Cover of DJ Khaled May Have A Track With Drake, Jay Z, Rick Ross & Future On "Suffering From Success"
    "No New Friends" was a pretty big first single for DJ Khaled, but it seems he might have something even more monstrous up his sleeve. According to ItsBizkit, Khaled has been (rightfully) bragging about a track he has with Drake, Jay Z, Rick Ross, and Future, which kind of sounds like the ultimate Khaled track.
  • Cover of Lyrics Of The Week: September 13-19
    There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific bars are often overlooked (with the exception of Drake's poesy). This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say. We encourage your opinions.
  • Cover of Drake May Be Dropping New Material With Hit-Boy
    After the generous rollout for Nothing Was The Same, which gave us a great deal of free material, we were fairly sure (and perfectly happy with the fact) that the album leak would be the last of the new tracks we'd hear from Drake for a while.
  • Cover of Drake Announces "Would You Like A Tour?" [Update: Select Dates Rescheduled]
    Drake is prepping a new album for later this year, Nothing Was The Same, and in support of it he's announced a North American tour. "Would You Like A Tour?" calls upon Miguel and Future to join Drizzy on the road, for 41 cities. Peep all the tour dates below, and the flyer in the gallery above. 
  • Cover of Drake's Girls: Maliah Michel Vs. The Girl That Got Away
    Drake is well known for his over-sharing verses when it comes to the women in his life. One of the names that came up on NWTS was "Courtney from Hooters on Peachtree," which was apparently enough information for the internet to find the girl he was talking about in a day.
  • Cover of Fight Breaks Out At Drake's Pop-Up Shop In New York
    Drake's OVO pop-up shops in Toronto, New York and L.A. were open yesterday, giving out Nothing Was The Same gear "compliments of the company," however, the fans waiting outside the Alife store in NYC got cut off when a fight reportedly broke out outside the store.
  • Cover of Drake Talks Sales Expectations For "Nothing Was The Same"
    Drake's new album, Nothing Was The Same, arrived into the hands of fans early when it sprung a leak on Sunday evening. This seems to be inevitable in this day and age, and Drake is aware of it.
  • Cover of Game & Drake Donate $10k Each To Cover Funeral Costs Of Family Killed In House Fire
    Rappers love to talk about how much money they have and how hard they ball, so it's good to see them giving back some of that mounting money to people who are really in need.
  • Cover of October's Very Own Holding A One Day Only Pop-Up Shop That's "Compliments Of The Company"
     If you seen Drake wearing some fresh Nothing Was The Same gear lately, and were interested in copping some, here’s your chance.
  • Cover of Drake To Appear On "Ellen" This Friday
    In case you didn't notice, Drake's new album, Nothing Was The Same, hit the web last night. If you weren't too busy drinking white wine and texting your ex, you may have noticed his reference to Ellen Degeneres on opener "Tuscan Leather".
  • Cover of Biggest NBA Fans In The Rap Game
    There have been a plethora of NBA stars who have dipped their feet in a rap profession but none have been too successful.  So today we are going to forget about all of the tracks Shaq and Metta World Peace have hopped on and show off some of the biggest NBA fans in the rap game today.  
  • Cover of RiFF RaFF & Diplo Reveal Features & Production On "Neon Icon" [Update: Cover Art Revealed]
    RiFF RaFF continues to shake up the rap game, just by being himself. Although people are often confused as to whether or not the Mad Decent signee is a complete joke or an actual rapper, RiFF RaFF is adamant he's for real.
  • Cover of Wu-Tang Clan Responds To Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever" [Update: Wu-Tang Have Recorded A Remix]
    Drake shook up the internet as per usual when his track "Wu-Tang Forever" leaked. The record, which you'll receive with the pre-order of Nothing Was The Same, is produced by Noah '40' Shebib and samples Wu's "It's Yourz."
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Says Drake Is "Grandma Nice"
    Earl Sweatshirt has not been shy in his appreciation for Drake.
  • Cover of Drake Facing Lawsuit From Jeweler For Allegedly Replicating Owl Chains
    Jewelry problems and rappers seem to go hand-in-hand. The latest rapper to encounter legal trouble from his jeweler is Toronto native Drake.
  • Cover of Drake's "Hold On We're Going Home" Goes Gold
     Drake’s already long list of achievements just got a little longer today. The Toronto singer just surpassed 500,000 copies sold for his recent single “Hold On We’re Going Home”, which makes it certified gold.
  • Cover of Drake Showing Off His Nice Jumpshot To Kevin Durant
    A lot of rappers claim they were basketball studs and had more than simply ambitions to play pro or college, but say they had a real chance.  With his new album dropping in a couple weeks, Drake has been working on his game, and his jumper is looking surprisingly nice. You might recall, that in his youth, Drizzy port
  • Cover of Toronto Sounds: A Look At The Relationship Between Drake & The Weeknd
    Since 2011, Drake and The Weeknd have dominated the thriving hip-hop/R&B scene in Toronto, though their 
relationship hasn't always been squeaky clean. Now, with The Weeknd's new album out today, and Drake's following soon after, the spotlight has never been brighter.
  • Cover of Drake Reveals "Nothing Was The Same" Tracklist [Update: Jhene Aiko Feature Confirmed]
    The release date for Drake's Nothing Was The Same is quickly approaching, and we've now been given the official tracklist for the project. As previously reported, the 13-track project (15 on the deluxe edition) will feature guest appearances from Jay Z and Detail.
  • Cover of Big Sean Speaks On Being Called "The Beyonce Of Rap" By Kanye, Bringing Back The "Supa Dupa" Flow
    Big Sean released his sophomore album last month, and we keep learning more about it. In a recent interview with VIBE, Sean explains a few more details of the album, including the role he had in production.
  • Cover of Gucci Mane Continues Twitter War, Puts Nicki Minaj, Drake & More On Blast [Update: Nicki, T.I. & Tyga Respond]
    Gucci Mane and many of his Brick Squad and BSM affiliates went at it on Twitter yesterday. The argument seemingly began with accusations that GuWop himself had paid the lawyer fees for Slim Dunkin's killer, but quickly progressed into money and label issues within the Squad.
  • Cover of Lyrics Of The Week: August 30 - September 5
    There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific bars are often overlooked (with the exception of anything ever uttered by Drake). This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say. We encourage your opinions.
  • Cover of Drake Thinks "Nothing Was The Same" Is Better Than "Take Care"
    Drake recently revealed that his new album, Nothing Was The Same, was officially complete-- mixed & mastered and on it's way to you. As we await the release of it, Drizzy's been talking to MTV News about what to expect from the LP. And apparently, you can expect that it'll be better than Take Care.
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