Today is Drake's 27th birthday, and the OVO rapper was up all night celebrating. The birthday festivities have been documented on Instagram, so you can take a look at what went down in the gallery above.
Drake's OVO pop-up shops in Toronto, New York and L.A. were open yesterday, giving out Nothing Was The Same gear "compliments of the company," however, the fans waiting outside the Alife store in NYC got cut off when a fight reportedly broke out outside the store.
In case you didn't notice, Drake's new album, Nothing Was The Same, hit the web last night. If you weren't too busy drinking white wine and texting your ex, you may have noticed his reference to Ellen Degeneres on opener "Tuscan Leather".
Drake's official artwork for Nothing Was The Same caused quite a stir when it was revealed last week. The cover instantly spawned its share of memes, and had a lot of people talking about the meaning behind the striking images.
Experience afterhours, the latest tape from Majid Jordan. It dropped on Thursday, August 22nd, 2013. Majid Jordan's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and afterhours will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning.
Drake continues to build his brand. The rapper just hosted his increasingly important OVO Fest in Toronto last week, just before dropping a new single, and announcement of a new signing in duo Majid Jordan. With a lot of activity in the OVO camp, rumors continue to circulate concerning signings.
After appearing on Drake's new track, many assumed 2 Chainz to be a guaranteed guest at Drizzy's OVO Fest. To fans' surprise he didn't appear during performances of "All Me" and "Mercy," but when the setlist appeared the next day (view in the gallery above), it was clear that Tity 2 Necklace was meant to be there.
Drake is always showing love for his city, and he'll continue to do so at his annual OVO Fest, where he's a headliner. The rapper has teamed up with the Toronto Blue Jays to create two special limited edition fitted caps, which will be released during the fourth OVO Fest.
Apparently Drake's words have reached the iconic status of "Carpe Diem," and "No Day But Today," as Tufts University is asking university applicants what the term "#YOLO" means to them (yes, they actually used a hashtag).