Though Drake hogged much of the spotlight, as his OVO Sound mix consisted of two new collabs, one with Bieber and one with Gucci, as well as a new solo drop, "4PM in Calabasas," Roy Wood$ was the special guest on tonight's episode.
Ever since Drake first announced the title to his fourth studio album Views From The 6 back in August of 2014, fans have been eagerly awaiting its arrival, causing anticipation & hype to grow to levels no other album has had to endure in the past, but
The time has finally come. Drake’s highly anticipated fourth studio album, #VIEWS, is about be streamed for the very first time live on OVO Sound Radio Episode 20 now on Apple Music, and you don't want to miss it.
It's early Saturday evening, the perfect time to start your night with another episode of OVO Sound Radio. It was just Oliver El-Khatib on the last episode, though he still managed to drop a couple of exclusives, including the new single from Roy Wood$.
We still don't know much about dvsn, other than the act works with "Hotline Bling" producer Nineteen85 and they've released a few impressive traditionally-informed R&B singles, but today they've just been given a big look, seemingly pairing with Drake's la
There's still no proper release date for Views From The 6, but the teasers keep coming. Last week a series of various billboard ads, some inspired by the single art for "Summer Sixteen," were spotted across the city of Toronto.
UPDATE: Drake indeed came through with new music tonight, dropping "Summer Sixteen," a new single off his upcoming album Views from the 6. During tonight's episode, he revealed the album in April.
It was gonna be tough to top last week's episode of OVO Sound Radio, when Drake premiered his joint album with Future, What a Time to Be Alive, but tonight's episode certainly gave episode 6 a run for its money.
Since launching earlier this month, Apple Music has swept the rug from under TIDAL’s feet and made a markedly successful splash, delivering a diverse catalogue of options for their new Beats Radio 1 feature.
As we reported on the other month, Drake's OVO Fest wasn't awarded government funding this year, although last year the organization, Celebrate Ontario, granted the annual music fest $300,000.
Drake's OVO brand is growing by the day. Just a week after King Louie tattooed the label's owl logo on the side of his face and Drizzy opened the first ever OVO store in the heart of Toronto, the city's home basketball team is following suit.
Few names have taken the hip-hop world by storm like ILoveMakonnen has in the last few months. A buzz-worthy mixtape artist came to mainstream fame after signing to Drake's OVO Sound label, along with having Drizzy blessing his single "Tuesday" with a verse.
The October's Very Own roster has found itself a new member this week with Atlanta's ILOVEMAKONNEN. The news of the emcee's signing comes on the heels of Drake remixing the artist's underground hit single "Tuesday."