Drake Videos

Bryan Cranston, Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen & More Reinterpret Drake's "Hotline Bling"
Bryan Cranston, Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen & More Reinterpret Drake's "Hotline Bling"
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W Magazine had 13 different celebrities read lyrics from Drake's single "Hotline Bling," and compiled them together to create one hilarious rendition. Who doesn't want to see Bryan Cranston aka Walter White read "Hotline Bling" lyrics? Each celebrity gives the lyrics their own spin, whether it's reading them monotonously or singing them with a melody. You'll see Amy Schumer, Bryan Cranston, Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Elizabeth Banks and many more take a stab at Drizzy quotables. Watch the segment above.
K Camp "Where Ya At (Freestyle)" Video
K Camp "Where Ya At (Freestyle)" Video
K Camp
K Camp has kept up a prolific output of original material since breaking through with  a couple of smash singles in 2013, but he's also consistently dropped memorable freestyles throughout.
Watch The Trailer For J. Cole's "Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming" Special On HBO
Watch The Trailer For J. Cole's "Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming" Special On HBO
J. Cole
The most anticipated stop on J. Cole's "2014 Forest Hills Drive" tour was in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. The homecoming show was such an occasion, in fact, that it is the subject of an upcoming HBO special that will premiere on January 9 at 10 PM EST. Here's the first trailer for "Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming," and it's looking like the documentary will be a must-watch for any hip-hop fan. 
Drake Announces OVO Flagship Store In L.A. (Trailer)
Drake Announces OVO Flagship Store In L.A. (Trailer)
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Drake has announced the opening of his OVO flagship store in L.A., and to go along with it, he's shot a trailer directed Liam Macrae. In typical Drake manner, the trailer seems like a non-sequitor in relation to the OVO store, save for the opening scene, really, where Drake and a curly-haired friend rock their OVO sweatsuits. After that, it's basically views of Los Angeles and Drake riding around in his black Ferarri. Check it out above. If you're in the L.A. vicinity, the details on the flagship store location can be found below.
Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club
Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club
Rick Ross
Rick Ross stirred up some controversy when he dropped a new Black Market song, "Color Money," which had some shots in store for Drake, and seemingly, Lil Wayne/Birdman too. Not shying away from the topic that's on everyone's mind, Charlamagne Tha God kicks off the interview by asking about the song and if there's a diss in there. In Rozay's typical manner, he somehow avoids answering the question altogether by giving us blanket statements, here's a selection of them: "That record is what it is." "Everybody who know Rozay know how I get down."
Donald Trump Dances To "Hotline Bling" On SNL
Donald Trump Dances To "Hotline Bling" On SNL
SNL decided to parody Drake's "Hotline Bling" video on the show this week, which seemed not only late, but unnecessary, considering the clip doesn't take itself very seriously as it is. The skit would be entirely forgettable if it weren't for an appearance from Presidential candidate Donald Trump, whose hosting gig on the show had been protested due to him being like, you know, really racist. 
Mike Tyson Sings Drake's "Hotline Bling" On Jimmy Fallon
Mike Tyson Sings Drake's "Hotline Bling" On Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon
Drake's "Hotline Bling" video produced a multitude of memes, but the best thing to come out of the video's fallout so far (including the video itself) is Mike Tyson singing the track on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Word On The Street: Drake's "Hotline Bling" Video
Word On The Street: Drake's "Hotline Bling" Video
Yup, everyone is talking about Drizzy's dance moves in the "Hotline Bling" visuals, so we obviously had to take it to the streets for our latest edition of Word on the Street. We are "HotNewDrake," after all. Since dropping the visuals last night, Drake has been turned into countless memes and has been trending all over the internet.
Drake "Hotline Bling" Video
Drake "Hotline Bling" Video
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While Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late had its share of mean-mugged anthems, and his furious Meek Mill diss track, "Back To Back" just about broke the internet, it's the sunny, pop-minded "Hotline Bling" that has risen to the top of the Billboard charts this year.
Word On The Street: Atlanta Picks BET Hip-Hop Award Winners
Word On The Street: Atlanta Picks BET Hip-Hop Award Winners
The BET Hip-Hop Awards are airing tonight, but HNHH was in town for the event filmed in Atlanta last weekend, and we asked the attendees of the A3C festival who they thought should take some of the big awards. We went through Lyricist Of The Year, DJ Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, and more.
The Game "The Making Of The Documentary 2" Video
The Game "The Making Of The Documentary 2" Video
The Game
The Game's long-awaited album, The Documentary 2, just dropped and before he goes on to release The Documentary 2.5 at the end of the week, he has decided to release an actual "documentary," giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the recording sessions that went into his latest body of work.
Rick Ross Talks To Angie Martinez About Rap Beef
Rick Ross Talks To Angie Martinez About Rap Beef
Rick Ross
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"
The Game Talks Working With Drake (His Neighbor!) On "100"
The Game
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 "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 "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
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 "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.