Drake loves to throw out cosigns almost as much as loves the month of October, and today he had the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone, wishing buzzing Atlanta rapper 21 Savage a happy birthday. 21 is 24 and shares a birth month with Drake, who
OVO and Roots are back at it again, selling the world some Canadian favorites for the season of Autumn. Hitting stores online tomorrow (October 15th), the OVO X Roots Fall 2016 collection includes hoodies, jackets, headwear, and more.
Tonight brought another bi-weekly edition of OVO Sound Radio. Episode 31 was hosted by OVO producer Boi-1da as well as his frequent production partner Vinylz, who's also been one of Drake's most entrusted beatmakers.
Drake has refused to pay the medical bills demanded by Detail, a Detroit producer who is credited on a few tracks -- and the hook on "305 to My City" -- off Nothing Was the Same, reports the Daily Mail.
Somehow it's already October. As we gradually head into the colder months of the Fall, brands across the board are going to pull out all of the gimmicks to keep you warm and cozy without sacrificing your sense style- or so they hope.
After announcing the project last month, Drake hadn't spilled many details on "Please Forgive Me," aside from that it's a "short film" inspired by his latest album, VIEWS. Drake originally scheduled the "Please Forgive Me" premiere for Sept.
Drake likes to announce things on billboards (even if its simply congratulating Rihanna on her MTV Video Vanguard Award), so it makes sense that his recently announced joint project with Kanye West might be revealed in a similar way.
Set for release tomorrow (Aug. 12), PartyNextDoor's P3 is looking like it will be his most successful project yet. The Mississauga-bred singer and producer has become an indelible part of the signature sound of both OVO and the city of Toronto.
Despite having his own deal with Young Money, and OVO Sound's contract under Warner Brothers, Skepta insists that Drake has plans to sign with his independent label, BBK, though the details have not been worked out just yet.Drake certainly seems to be on board
We've been entertained for most of Summer Sixteen by a beef between two of rap's most sensitive MCs, Drake and Joe Budden. Budden, of course, had his peak before Drake had even really established his presence the game.
Over the past few weeks, Joe Budden seems to be in the headlines most every day, mostly due to his unorthodox beef with Drake, who has dissed Budden on one verse -- compared to Joey's four diss tracks.