Drake Performs "Back To Back" At OVO Fest
As you know by now, Drake held his annual OVO Fest Monday night in his hometown of Toronto, Canada and all eyes were watching to see what he'd do. After running through rehearsals with a "Free Meek Mill" shirt on, Drake decided to later open up the show with an electric performance of "Charged Up" & " Back To Back". With crowd going absolutely insane, Drizzy brought the house down with the help of some funny Meek Mill memes being displayed all throughout the background of the venue. Shit was lit to say the least. Check it out.
Drake, Kanye West & Will Smith Laughing At Meek Mill Memes Backstage At OVO Fest?
Drake, Kanye West & Will Smith
Drake hasn’t taken an “L” all week, and on Monday night that remained the same. After running through rehearsals with a “Free Meek Mill” shirt on, Drake decided to open up his annual OVO Fest Monday night with an electric performance of “Back To Back”.
Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 1)
Future's DS2 is still playing just about everywhere, and as inescapable as the music itself has been, we haven't heard all too much about how it was made. Thankfully, Future Hendrix has now provided some audio commentary for the project through VEVO. The first part of the feature only covers the first three tracks, but we're already learning a lot.
Word On The Street: Meek Mill Vs. Drake, The Battle Continues
It's been a big week for rap beef, but no beef has been louder than Drake and Meek Mill's. After staying silent for a few days, Meek Mill allowed Drake to put out two strong diss records before he got out his first, and according to New York, it may have cost him the battle.Speaking with some NY rap heads, there was definitely some support for Meek, but for the most part, Drizzy was deemed victor. Then again, this war may not be over just yet, so stay tuned for further updates. For now, let us know whose side you've got in the beef in the comments below.
Parody: Meek Mill Reacts To Drake's Diss Track
Drake and Meek Mill's beef is more heated than ever right now, and the jokes are flying on Twitter. Therefore, there couldn't be a better time for Brampton-based comedy troupe, 4Yall Entertainment to weigh in on it. Their latest sketch is all about Meek, as he learns of Drizzy's "Back To Bacl" diss track, and God instructs him with his next moves. It's all in good fun, and if you've been following the beef, you should get some laughs out of it.
The Game Feat. Drake "100" Video
The Game Feat. Drake
The Game returns to his The Documentary 2 single today with the official music video for the Drake-featured "100." The soul-sampled record serves as the second single, and it was quickly followed by a third, "Everybody on the Floor" featuring Migos (the first single being "Ryda" with DeJ Loaf).
Hannibal Buress Heads To Beverly Hills To Talk Meek Mill/Drake Beef
Last night on his Comedy Central show "Why?," Hannibal Buress took to the streets of Beverly Hills, the ritziest section of Los Angeles, to ask the locals about their thoughts on the Meek Mill-Drake beef currently going down. Buress made his allegiances clear a couple weeks ago when he represented Team OVO in Drake's Houston Appreciation Week softball game, but he wanted to get a pulse on what the citizens were feeling.
Tinashe Performs Drake Collab "On A Wave" During Pinkprint Tour
Meek Mill is not the only artist opening for Nicki Minaj on her Pinkprint Tour. Joining them are DeJ Loaf, Rae Sremmurd, & Tinashe, and Tinashe has been incorporating into her set "On a Wave," her collaboration with Drake that leaked back in May. A fan caught footage of her sensual "On a Wave" performance when the tour passed through Dallas.
Drake & Hannibal Buress Rep Team OVO In HAW Softball Game
When it comes to comedians, Drake generally kicks it with Kevin Hart, but over his annual Houston Appreciation Weekend, he got the chance bro down with one of the hottest comedians in the game, Hannibal Buress. Both Drizzy and Hannibal were on the OVO side of the celebrity softball that went down over the weekend, and thankfully, there's footage of the event.
Drake Previews "Energy" Video
Outside of the Jungle short film which debuted shortly before the mixtape arrived, there are no official videos for any of the tracks of Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late. According to Champagne Papi's Instagram, that will be changing very soon.
Drake Brings Out Skepta For "Shutdown" At Wireless Festival
Drake & Skepta
Skepta has been absolutely on fire ever since he dropped "Shutdown," getting Idris Elba to hop on a remix, covering FADER mag, and then dropping a pair of fire tracks ("Lukey World" and
Drake Says Moving To NYC To Pursue Music Is "Dead Now"
Drake X Sprite are killing the branded content game today with the first installment of "Obey Your Thirst," courtesy of FADER.
Drake Threw A Crazy Pool Party On The Weekend
Champagne Papi's mansion was lit this past weekend. The rapper threw a crazy pool party (complete with foam), and had a host of celebrity friends and rappers over. For those who follow Drizzy on Instagram, you probably caught wind of the video he threw up giving us a glimpse inside the festivities.
Drake & Nas Star In Sprite's "Obey Your Verse" Commercial
Drake & Nas
Earlier this week, it was reported that Sprite was launching a new ad campaign that would feature some quotable rap lyrics on their pop cans, including lyrics from Drake, Nas, Biggie, and Rakim. To promote the new “Obey Your Verse” campaign, Sprite decided to premiere its new commercial before Sunday night’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals between Cavs and Warriors, which starred non-other than Drake & Nas.
Drake Shooting Vine Compilation
Drake has inspired his share of memes, but a clip of the rapper busting some invisible shots from a scrapped pilot he did back in the day may be one of the best ever. Unsurprisingly, Vine had a field day with the clip, splicing Drizzy into many-a-scene, as he pops off at the grape-stomp lady, the NES duck hunt ducks, and naturally, himself in Degrassi.
Drake Talks Relationship Between Music & Art With Sotheby’s
A few weeks ago, Drake acted as a curator for the Sotheby’s Art Department's latest exhibition “I Like It Like This.” Celebrating the influential contemporary black American artists, the event found Drizzy selecting songs by artists like Rihanna , Skepta, Kendrick Lamar, and more to go along with pieces for the exhibition.
Drake Performs "Know Yourself" & "Energy" In Toronto
Drake has always paid tribute to Toronto, but it's only recently that he decided to rename it. "Know Yourself" is essentially the OVO rapper's attempt to give the city its own national anthem, so it seems crazy that the song had never been performed in "The 6" until last night.
Drake Shouts Out Amir Obe in Detroit
Last night Drake x Future's "Jungle" tour hit Detroit, and with that, as we've already seen, we got footage of a new freestyle/verse that Drizzy decided to debut live for the crowd. That was probably extremely exciting for the fans, but another exciting moment came for a fellow artist when the Toronto rapper shouted him out on stage, before seguing into the song "Star67."
Drake Performs New Freestyle At Palace Of Auburn Hills In Detroit
Following this past weekend’s kickoff show in Houston, where he switched Madonna lyrics with Rihanna, Drake made the next stop in his “Jungle” Tour at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit on Wednesday night for another exciting show with Future. Before the night came to an end however, Drake decided to treat the audience to a never before heard freestyle, which of course was captured by some fans in attendance.
Popcaan "Unruly Prayer" Video
Listed in the credits of Drake's If You're Reading This, It's Too Late and lending his voice to a few of the skits, Jamaican dancehall star Popcaan has clearly established a close relationship with Toronto's premier rap crew, and today, they all show up in his latest video. It's for a new cut called "Unruly Prayer."