After Chris Brown and Drake's brawl at club W.i.P. in New York City last June, Spurs point guard Tony Parker was one of several people who claimed they were injured in the chaos, filing a $20 million lawsuit against the establishment soon after the incident.
This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion.
Kendrick Lamar takes just as much care with the visual aspect accompanying his music as he does with the audio itself. We saw this first when the cover art for his debut album, good kid, m.A.A.d city, was revealed. The art had a much deeper meaning then just being an old Polariod photo.
Despite spawning a very successful single and video, not much is known about Drake's Nothing Was The Same. All we can confirm is that the YMCMB rapper is currently in the process of recording it, and it is due out later this year.
Birdman just released a mixtape that gave us a taste of everything Young Money will have to offer us this year. While there have been release dates scheduled for pretty much all the projects the label plans on releasing in 2013, the date for Drake's album is still up in the air.
By now the Drake and Chris Brown brawl at W.i.P. has been
discussed ad nauseam, with Tony Parker using Breezy’s recent dust up with Frank
Ocean as evidence in his case, and Drake and Brown even filing suits against
each other. A club in Hollywood had
With performances from Miguel, Wiz Khalifa, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, an ensemble tribute to Bob Marley and Justin Timberlake's return to the Grammy stage, the night saw wins from Frank Ocean, Drake, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Lecrae, Usher and more.
Following the massive success of his sophomore album Take Care, Drake has been fairly low key, but has recently dropped the lead single off his album, and earlier tonight dropped the Director X directed visuals. Now Aubrey has announced the title of the new project.
Tonight's 55th Annual Grammy Awards get underway at 8PM EST, but the awards have already been given in the Rap and R&B categories. Some of the biggest names in the business went away with hardware with Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch The Throne pulling in a couple awards.
Since Drake dropped his highly anticipated single, "Started From The Bottom," he's gotten both good and bad criticism of the single from fans, non-fans, and music bloggers alike. It's also got the world wondering when exactly we'll be getting the untitled album it's off of.
Drake surprised everyone by dropping his new single, "Started From The Bottom," last night, which is earlier than expected.The single shows a new style and flow from the Toronto native, and finds him rapping about his come-up in the game.
Waiting over a year since
dropping Take Care, Drake has been living off of features since, and biding his
time before dropping his next solo project.
After getting a behind the scenes look at him filming the video for “Started