OVO co-founder Oliver El-Khatib kicked things off on tonight's episode of OVO Sound Radio, and he used his set to introduce a newly freed OVO affiliate and member of the Reps Up family, Baka AKA Not Nice.
Last night, Makonnen dropped off ILoveMakonnen 2, the sequel to his debut EP released in July 2014. Makonnen's new material is a turn away from the pop sound of "Tuesday," or anything else you might expect to hear on an OVO release.
This week's edition of OVO Sound Radio on Apple Music’s Beats 1 featured a guest mix by Jordan Ullman, the producer half of OVO duo Majid Jordan. The guest mix featured three new beats and a premiere of their new track "Learn From Each Other."
Toronto rapper P Reign is a close associate of Drake, having visited his crib in LA as soon as he was cleared to visit the United States earlier this year and brought him in to participate in his charity kickball game a couple weeks ago.
Drake held his tongue in the wake of Meek Mill's ghostwriting accusations, but it was only matter of time before he responded to the noise. Today he shared a new song on OVO Sound Radio called "Charged Up" that features several jabs at ol Meek.
After making a big splash in the inaugural episode of the OVO Sound Radio show, Drake, Oliver, and the OVO team keep the premieres going this week with PARTYNEXTDOOR's "No Feelings" feat. Travi$ Scott.
Drake loves to put on for lesser-known artists. After dropping his remix of no-name Ramriddlz' "Sweeterman" on his "OVO Sound Radio" show today, he premiered his and Skepta's remix of Nigerian singer Wizkid's "Ojuelegba."
Drake was generous with the Apple Music exclusives today. Along with debuting the bizarre yet hilarious video for "Energy" during his sit-down with Zane Lowe, the OVO rapper also released a new collaboration with Majid Jordan.
You may still know Mike Zombie primarily for his production credits (namely, "Started From The Bottom"), but the beatmaker has been getting behind the mic recently, and his new record finds him passing of production duties entirely.
Today, four old PARTYNEXTDOOR demos surfaced online. While not quite as exciting as the four new ones that dropped randomly back in December, these previously unheard tracks are still a cause for celebration. Here's one of them, entitled "Kiss Me."
Early one morning last December, PARTYNEXTDOOR surprised us all by dropping four new tracks out of the blue on SoundCloud. Today, we seemed to get a similar dump of four more, but according to XXL, all four new ones that surfaced today are old demos.
You may recognize $ha from the track "Murda" by Roy Wood$, which he featured on with Dej Loaf. $ha, one of the original members of P Reign's "Reps UP" crew debuts his track "Get Higher" exclusively with HotNewHipHop.
Last but not least, we get the official version of "How Bout Now", a record that leaked about a week back. This is the third of three records Drizzy shared on his soundcloud today, following "6 God" and "Heat Of The Moment".
Majid Jordan have pushed up the release of their new EP, A Place Like This, to tomorrow (originally scheduled for July 22nd), and with that we get to hear a new cut off the upcoming project via HipHop-N-More, "U."
Just a few minutes ago, OVO crooner PARTYNEXTDOOR announces his sophomore album, PartyNextDoor 2, and shared the project's artwork. Now we've got a leak from the project that features none other than Drizzy Drake himself. Stream "Recognize" below.
Majid Jordan, an R&B duo from Toronto, broke out in a big way when Drake decided to put them on one of 2013's biggest radio hits, "Hold On, We're Going Home." Now they're ready to prove that they can do it on their own too, and are set to release the A Place