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.
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.
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.
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.
Drake is currently seated in his usual seat next to the Raptors bench in the Air Canada Centre, anxiously watching his team battle it out against the Indiana Pacers in the deciding game of the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs.
Drake postponed the previously scheduled episode of OVO Sound Radio last night, likely in an effort to let Beyonce hog all the spotlight as she shocked the world with Lemonade, her visual album that premiered on HBO.
Drake recently earned himself another former client-turned-opponent, as Toronto rapper Mo-G, whom Drake shouted out on "Summer Sixteen," went after the OVO boss in a series of incendiary Instagram posts that have since been deleted.
Last week, Toronto rapper Mo-G, a member of the group Halal Gang, became the latest of Drake's behind-the-scenes collaborators to incite controversy, as he put up a series of since-deleted Instagram posts that accused the OVO rapper of swagger jacking and shor
Few albums have been more anticipated this year than Drake’s Views From the 6. The Toronto rapper takes a ton of pride and inspiration from his hometown, so we’re going to take you on a journey through our own Views From the 6.