Ty Dolla $ign Speaks on Wiz Arrest, Kanye & Drake Collabs, Upcoming Album
Ty Dolla $ign
Ty Dolla $ign is without a doubt one of the chillest bros in hip hop. As such, his new interview with DJ Whoo Kid, released as a HNHH premiere, is a joy to watch.
Rick Ross Talks To Angie Martinez About Rap Beef
Rick Ross has been making some interview rounds in New York, from The Breakfast Club to Ebro In The Morning. He visits Power 105.1 for a second time with a new interview with Angie Martinez, that's focused on a discussion of rap beef. Angie and Rozay start by discussing Meek Mill's L in the ghostwriting beef with Drake, although Ross doesn't want to commit to saying that he actually lost, and he seems certain that Meek will bounce back. They then turn the conversation to bankruptcy, namely 50 Cent going bankrupt.
The Game Talks Working With Drake (His Neighbor!) On "100"
In a recent visit to HNHH offices, The Game explained how he recruited Drake for soulful Documentary 2 lead single "100." Game's initial vision for his collab with Drake was somewhat different from how it turned out...
Drake & Future "What A Time To Be Alive" Vlog #2
Drake & Future
Drake and Future follow up their first WATTBA vlog with vlog #2, although don't expect to find out too much as it's very brief, at just 52 seconds. The first episode was 1:38, mind you.
Drake & Future "What A Time To Be Alive" (BTS Video)
Drake & Future
Freebandz released behind the scenes footage of Drake and Future in the studio late at night, cutting What a Time To Be Alive with their good friends DJ Esco and Metro Boomin. The vlog depicts Future and Drake conversing about the implications of their collaboration.
Word On The Street: What A Time To Be Alive
Drake and Future dropped a bomb over the weekend in What a Time To Be Alive, and the shrapnel is unavoidable. As the citizens of New York City let us know in a new edition of "Word on the Street," people are bumping it at maximum volume on public transportation. So even if you didn't mean to listen to WATTBA, you heard it.
Majid Jordan Feat. Drake "My Love" Video
Majid Jordan Feat. Drake
The first time most heard Majid Jordan was Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home," but they've built their own following since releasing material through OVO Sound, but they still link with Drake now and again. Their latest single features a good portion of Drizzy vocals, getting back into a zone we haven't seen him revisit much since "Take Care" with Rihanna, singing over a clubby instrumental.
Drake Performs New Verse At J. Cole's Homecoming Show
J. Cole performed in his hometown of Fayetteville, N.C., last night, and he made sure to give his day one fans a couple of big surprises. Along with Jay Z, Drake hit the stage to perform and share some kind words for his freind and collaborator, but he also sneaked a couple of new bars in as well.
Drake Performs “Back To Back” At Lil Weezyana Fest
To commemorate the 10-year anniversary of Hurrican Katrina, Lil Wayne threw a party for his hometown of New Orleans Friday night with the first ever “Lil Weezyana Fest.” Running through his greatest hits, Weezy decided to bring out some special friends to help make the night that much better, including Master P, Drake, and even the Hot Boys.
Tory Lanez On Sway In The Morning
Since an incessant commenter has been demanding we post this Tory Lanez x Sway In The Morning interview, well, here it is. We're admittedly late on this, but we've always been a Tory supporter and he definitely did rip this beat apart.
Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At" Video
Future Feat. Drake
Keeping his word, Future finally releases the official video for his Drake-assisted single “Where Ya At,” off his Dirty Sprite 2 album.
Alessia Cara Covers Drake's "Hotline Bling"
Back in April, we introduced you to Canadian singer Alessia (now going by "Alessia Cara") via her great, Isaac Hayes-sampling track "Here." Since then, the Bramton, Ontario native has scored a huge deal with Def Jam and met her nation's biggest star Drake, and now she return to cover his latest, greatest track.
Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At" BTS Video
Future Feat. Drake
Future is gearing up to drop a music video for his collaboration with Drake, "Where Ya At," off the highly-praised surprise album Dirty Sprite 2. Before we get the official visuals though, we're treated with the behind-the-scenes.
Fetty Wap Talks Performing With Taylor Swift
Fetty Wap was recently in the left coast, and paid a visit to Big Boy for a 20-minute interview. The rap phenom talks about his sudden rise to success, his blonde dreads, "Trap Queen," and much more.
Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At?" (Teaser)
Future Feat. Drake
While out in Toronto this past week for #OVOFest, Future decided to link up with Drake to shoot the video for their latest collab “Where Ya At?” off his first ever number one album Dirty Sprite 2 which dropped earlier this Summer.
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.