FBG X OVO: A Brief History Of Drake And Future
An Angela Yee slip-up on air earlier this week opened the floodgates for speculation regarding a possible Drake/Future mixtape, and there is substantial evidence supporting the theory that this tape is not only happening, it's dropping today.
Could Drake & Future Be Dropping A Secret Mixtape Tomorrow?
The internet (mainly twitter) is in a frenzy at the moment at the possibility of a secret mixtape dropping tomorrow from non other than Drake & Future, especially after a fan made cover art surfaced online tonight (see in gallery).
Is A Drake X Future Collab Coming Soon?
As a host of the nationally syndicated morning talk show The Breakfast Club, Angela Yee is likely knowledgeable about industry rumblings months before they go public. For this reason, her suggestion that Drake and Future are plotting something on Tuesday's edition of the show is worth acknowledging.
Real 92.3 LA Announces Inaugural Show Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Future, Fetty Wap & More
Big Boy made the move recently from Power 106 to competitor Real 92.3 LA. He continues to help build Real 92.3's brand and their relationship together, with the announcement of their first show, The Real Show, featuring a pretty solid line-up of rap artists. Big Boy announced the line-up for the first Real Show event, and performers include: Kendrick Lamar, Future, Fetty Wap, Rae Sremmurd, Jeremih, Rich Homie Quan, Ty Dolla $ign and Jidenna. Big Boy will serve as the night's host.
Meek Mill Says There's Absolutely No Beef With Future
Yesterday, during his headlining set at Made In America Fest, Meek Mill told his DJ to quit playing so much Future. "You're playing all motherfuckin' Future tonight, n---a?" Meek said, stopping his DJ in the middle of "Freak Hoes." Of course, many took Meek's words to the extreme and assumed he was provoking yet another beef with one of the world's hottest rappers.
Future Plans To Release Another Project This Year
Future just performed at the Made in America Festival, and by all accounts, it was completely lit. Weeks after DS2, the Freebandz boss is everywhere. The day before, Meek Mill scolded his DJ for playing too much Future, but in all likelihood, the Philly crowd couldn't get enough. Luckily, at the end of his set, Future announced that he would be dropping another project this year.
Meek Mill Told His DJ To Stop Playing Future During His Made In America Set
A video of Meek Mill performing at Made In America fest is travelling around twitter real quick today, and so far, the knee jerk reaction is that Meek dissed his regular collaborator, Future. While that seems like an overly simplistic reading of what Meek said during his set yesterday, the way he talked about Future's music did seem a bit dismissive.
Stream Made In America Fest Featuring Future, J. Cole, The Weeknd, Beyonce & More
You may have already assumed that the Made It In America festival would be a Tidal exclusive stream, but while the streaming service is providing the festival feed, you won't need a subscription to watch it all go down.Check out live streams of both stages from the festival below, where you'll see performances from the likes of Future, Meek Mill, J. Cole, The Weeknd, Beyonce, De La Soul, Action Bronson, Big Sean, and many more.
Rick Ross Reveals "Black Dollar" Tracklist
Rick Ross is releasing a free project today, Black Dollar. In the short period of time since he's announced the album, he's rolled out quite a few leaks, including three records yesterday alone.
Powerhouse 2015 Line-Up Includes Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Future & More
This morning, the Power 105.1 team shared the performers that'll be hitting the stage at this year's Powerhouse 2015. The annual event goes down on October 22nd, and with the first day of September arriving, the Powerhouse team is getting their promo on.
Charts Don't Lie: August 22
This was Straight Outta Compton's week, and the sales reflect it. Dr. Dre's long-awaited third studio album made an impressive number one debut, becoming the third best rap sales week of 2015 behind Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Meanwhile, Future is still profiting from the support of the #FutureHive, sticking at 7, while Drake and Meek are still pretty neck and neck, despite the public's perception of things, placing at number 10 and number 13 respectively.
Ciara Says Future Refused To Speak To Russell Wilson
About a year after their break-up, we're still talking about Ciara and Future, namely because of the drama that has ensued around their son, baby Future. While Ciara appeared to have moved on from the rocky breakup with the rapper by hooking up with NFL star Russell Wilson, the new relationship has caused further tension between CiCi and the father of her child. Recently, Future called Ciara out for allowing Wilson to be photographed pushing the baby's carriage, and filling roles he feels should be reserved for the child's birth father.
Drake & Future Partied At Magic City Strip Club Last Night
As we saw from GQ's documentary on Magic City, you can't go into the place without hearing a dozen Future songs (though that's true pretty much everywhere this year).
Future's "Beast Mode 2" Is On Its Way, According To Zaytoven
Future's self-described "3peat" of mixtapes has already become somewhat legendary amongst fans, but Future has shown no signs of stopping his hot streak. Among the trilogy of tapes released over the last year, Beast Mode was the most playful, with Fewtch sticking to bouncy Zaytoven production rather than the the dark industrial work of 808 Mafia and Metro Boomin.
Charts Don't Lie: August 8th
Even when a project is only tangentially connected to Eminem, it tends to sell. Em's executive-production of the soundtrack for Southpaw (as well as some exclusive material) has earned it an admirable debut at number four on the Billboard 200. Meanwhile, Hopsin has come in at 17 with a tally of entirely traditional sales. Future doesn't appear to be leaving the top ten anytime soon, while Meek Mill also keeps his numbers relatively high.Check out the full breakdown below.
Charts Don't Lie: August 1st
The #FutureHive has proved that internet hype can very much inspire actual album sales, as DS2 soars to number one, giving Hendrix not only his first number one, but doubling the sales of Honest. He makes for the only real notable debut on the charts, but Tyrese and Meek Mill are still hanging on to their placements within the top ten. Check out the full breakdown below.
Top Tracks: July 20- July 26
Drake’s never-ending domination of the Top 10 continues. At least this time, it’s earned. Let’s get to it. 10) Drake - Right Hand
Future's Official First Week Sales For "DS2"
The #FutureHive is real. DS2 has slightly surpassed expectations, moving 147,000 equivalent units this week. Proving he is truly an album artist, a respectable 121,000 copies of the album were bought traditionally, making the rapper's semi-surprise album a huge success, landing him his first number one and his biggest sales week yet.
Charts Don't Lie: July 25th
It was yet another unpredictable week on the charts, with Meek Mill being dethroned by none other than -- Tyrese? That's right, the veteran R&B star turnt Furious 7 actor has landed his very first number one with his sixth studio album. Meanwhile, Meek Mill keeps the units moving, sticking close at the number three spot. Drake comes in at 9, while the other rap albums were shut out of the top ten once again. As we already know, Future is set to top next week's charts, which will make for yet another consecutive week where a rap or R&B album reigns supreme.
Stream Dej Loaf's #AndSeeThatsTheThing EP
With the worldwide album release date moving to Friday just recently, our end of the week is quickly becoming inundated with streams of new projects.