A-list producer Boi-1da sent out a tweet today regarding simmering tensions between Drake and an unnamed artist. "One dude is selling out Madison Square Garden 4 nights," he wrote, "And the other dude trolling for attention & record sales.
The Mississauga singer/rapper known as SYPH broke onto the scene with last year's Rookie of the Year mixtape, which included the Tory Lanez-featuring "Pull Up." After a relatively quiet start to the year, SYPH has come through today with his new sing
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
In its third night tonight, after a weekend that included shows from Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg as well as a Caribana party hosted by soca legend Machel Montano, OVO Fest was finally ready to clear the stage for the man behind it all.
Right now, young Niagara producer Murda Beatz is getting deep into his special guest mix on OVO Sound Radio, and listeners are ready to hear new material off PartyNextDoor's P3, which is expected to feature at least a couple of Murda productions.
After dropping "Lil Wayne" (an excellent tribute that soon became Tunechi's favorite new song) earlier this month, Toronto's Jazz Cartier has decided to close out July with another new track: "Just in Case." As with most everything he's put out, it's prod
Despite impressing with the smooth R&B-leaning joint “West Drive” last month, Kavale takes a sharp sonic turn for “20/20.” Perhaps he wanted to make sure everyone knows he isn’t just a singer, because he snaps on this track.
For last week's installment of Fargo Fridays, Tory Lanez shared a Jahlil Beats-produced anthem titled "August 19th." As it turns out, that date is when he plans to release his debut album, I Told You.
Fargo Fridays is back in a big way, as Tory Lanez has unveiled two massive remixes. This one -- to Drake's "Controlla" -- will likely turn more heads due to the inner-city beef that has been simmering between the two multitalented Toronto artists.
Now in its seventh year, OVO Fest has become one of the biggest events and tourist attractions that the Toronto summer has to offer. About a month before the 4-day extravaganza, Drake has unveiled the full OVO Fest lineup.
Tory Lanez almost had no voice left, but still managed to sit down with Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning for an interview. The rapper has evidently been going hard on his "Level Up" tour with ASAP Ferg, a pre-cursor of sorts to his debut album I Told You.
Toronto was hardly a blip on the hip-hop map before Drake came along. In fact, the city's presence in pop culture -- and even in sports, too -- has greatly increased since he decided to put the 6 on his back.
Kanye West recently extended the shelf-life of February's The Life of Pablo by making one more amendment -- perhaps the last -- to the album. He added the new song "Saint Pablo," which had leaked at the end of March, to the bottom of the tracklist.
Drake's latest episode of OVO Sound Radio proved to be quite fruitful, with new records from Drizzy, Gucci Mane and Roy Wood$ debuting during it. A couple of records flew under the radar though, and among them, Toronto resident and Roy Wood$ affiliat
Toronto artist on his grind, Tripsixx, made his HNHH debut in the New Year when he released his free EP We Own The Night. After being introduced to the HNHH audience by way of his five-track offering, the Toronto upstart is back today with a feature