Drake News

 
  • Cover of Drake Explains "Nothing Was The Same" Cover Art
    Drake's official artwork for Nothing Was The Same caused quite a stir when it was revealed last week. The cover instantly spawned its share of memes, and had a lot of people talking about the meaning behind the striking images.
  • Cover of Drake's Former Stylist Sues Him For $76,000 Over Unpaid Bills
    Drake has expensive taste. The OVO rapper reportedly pays his stylists close to $40,000 a month, on top of flying them around the world with him, and supplying them with the racks to purchase his designer brands for him.
  • Cover of This Happened: Memorable Moments From The 2013 MTV VMAs
    The 2013 MTV VMAs went down last night in Brooklyn, New York. As with every year, there were plenty of surprises, whether it be performance-wise, fashion-wise, or otherwise. 
  • Cover of Drake Talks On His Upcoming MTV VMA Performance
    Drake is scheduled to perform tomorrow night, at the annual MTV VMAs, which take place in Brooklyn, New York. The rapper spoke to MTV about his upcoming performance, and shared his excitement to perform his new single off Nothing Was The Same.
  • Cover of 11 Best Drake "Nothing Was The Same" Memes
    Drake unveiled the artwork for the standard and deluxe editions of his new album Nothing Was The Same this past week. As with all things Drake, memes soon ensued.
  • Cover of Kendrick Lamar Leads 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards Nominations, Followed By Drake
    You can't escape Kendrick Lamar in hip-hop at this point in time. After claiming to be the King of New York on Big Sean's "Control" and name-dropping a bunch of his colleagues, thus getting the rap world in a tizzy, he continues his domination with the upcoming BET Hip-Hop Awards.
  • Cover of Drake Reveals Album Cover For "Nothing Was The Same"
     After the news broke earlier today that Drake's album, Nothing Was The Same, has been pushed back a week, Drizzy decided to treat fans tonight by releasing the official artwork to the upcoming project.
  • Cover of Drake's Album "Nothing Was The Same" Delayed
    Drake's album Nothing Was The Same was scheduled to drop on September 17th, but as rappers tend to do, the album has been pushed back. As HHNM reports, retailers such as Best Buy will only get Drizzy's highly anticipated LP on September 24th now, a week later than expected.
  • Cover of Drake Calls Rich Homie Quan's "Type Of Way" The "Song Of The Summer" [Update: Quan Invites Drake To Get On Remix]
    Drake has more than a couple of tracks that will define many people's summers this year, but according to him, he's not responsible for the best one.
  • Cover of Drake's "Nothing Was The Same" Set To Feature Jay Z, Lil Wayne & Hudson Mohawke
    The thirst for Drake's new album Nothing Was The Same is real. The album arrives on September 17th, and as of yet, we haven't heard many details about who or what to expect on it.
  • Cover of Laker Nick Young Supports Kendrick's Verse & Throws Jabs At Drake
    The world of hip hop is still reeling after Kendrick Lamar’s electric name-calling verse on “Contact (HOF)” earlier this week.  K.Dot made reference to Phil Jackson, and even elicited a response from the 11-time championship coach. In an interview with DIME, new Lakers swingman, Nick Young, was asked about the
  • Cover of Kendrick Lamar Hopes To Be Featured On Drake's "Nothing Was The Same"
    Kendrick Lamar is currently the talk of the rap world, with Big Sean's leak "Control (HOF)" making the rounds and reaching not only hip-hop lovers but even those fans on the outskirts of hip-hop (TMZ even posted about it...). One of the rappers Kendrick name-dropped was Toronto native Drake.
  • Cover of Top Tracks Of The Week: August 5-11
    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.
  • Cover of Drake Says He Won His Beef With Common
    Last year, Drake and Common had a highly publicized beef on record. Starting with Common's "Sweet," garnering a response from Drizzy on "Stay Schemin'," and ending with Common addressing Drake by name on his own remix of the track.
  • Cover of Future Explains How He Accidentally Inspired Drake's "Started From The Bottom"
    Drake's "Started From The Bottom" is easily one of the biggest records of 2013, but its concept has often been questioned in regards to Drizzy's seemingly less-than-difficult upbringing.
  • Cover of Drake Wants To Collabo With Ma$e & Possibly Sign Him
    Drake brought in a list of hip hop celebrities at this year's OVO Fest in Toronto, and among them were Diddy who was reunited with Ma$e on stage after nine years.  Talking about M-A-Dollar Sign-E, Drizzy talked about possibly signing him. 
  • Cover of Did Drake Sign Cassie To OVO?
    Drake continues to build his brand. The rapper just hosted his increasingly important OVO Fest in Toronto last week, just before dropping a new single, and announcement of a new signing in duo Majid Jordan. With a lot of activity in the OVO camp, rumors continue to circulate concerning signings.
  • Cover of Lyrics Of The Week: August 1-8
    There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific lyrics tend to get overlooked. 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 Says His & J. Cole's Apologies Were Not "Cop-Outs"
  • Cover of Drake Confirms Jhene Aiko Will Appear On "NWTS" [Update: Jhene Aiko Talks On Collabo, Drake Discredits Rumors]
    Although Drake has remained tight-lipped about his upcoming album Nothing Was The Same, the rapper took to Twitter last night to confirm one artist that'll appear on the LP: rising singer Jhene Aiko. That's about all we know for now, so stay tuned. As Drizzy says, this is a momentous occasion. 
  • Cover of Drake Speaks On If He'll Be Involved In Big Tymers Album
    We heard a few months back about the possibility of a new Big Tymers' album from Lil Wayne, who said that Drake may be thrown into the mix. Shortly after, it was revealed that one of the original Big Tymers, producer Mannie Fresh, would be taken out of the mix.
  • Cover of Drake Addresses Dissing Kobe's Wife On "Stay Schemin" Says "It's Just Rap"
    Drake sent shockwaves through the hip hop, NBA communities and eventually social media with his “diss” of Kobe’s wife, Vanessa on the track “Stay Schemin’” when he addresses the apparent massive divorce settlement she would be getting. Kobe ‘bout to lose a hundred fifty Ms/ Kobe my nigga I hate it had to
  • Cover of Drake Covers XXL Magazine, Talks "Nothing Was The Same," His Image, Amanda Bynes
    More Drake for your Wednesday morning. Drizzy nabbed the upcoming XXL magazine cover, for their 16th anniversary and their 150th issue. This is his first solo cover of the magazine. As they point out, when XXL dropped their first ever cover, with Jay Z and Master P on a split cover, Drizzy Drake was only 10 years old.
  • Cover of Drake Explains What He Was Trying To Do With Single "Hold On We're Going Home"
    Drake's new, and first official single off Nothing Was The Same arrived yesterday with a sound that surprised most people. "Hold On We're Going Home" is distinctly r'n'b, but not just that, it's old school r'n'b-- not the new age sounds we're used to hearing from the likes of The Weeknd, The-Dream etc.
  • Cover of 2 Chainz Apologizes To Fans For Missing OVO Fest
    After appearing on Drake's new track, many assumed 2 Chainz to be a guaranteed guest at Drizzy's OVO Fest. To fans' surprise he didn't appear during performances of "All Me" and "Mercy," but when the setlist appeared the next day (view in the gallery above), it was clear that Tity 2 Necklace was meant to be there.
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