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Drake Announces Plans To Build Recording Studio For Philadelphia High School
Drake has had a very successful year between his platinum-selling Nothing Was The Same, the well-attended "Would You Like A Tour?," and his recent Nike deal.
Jhene Aiko Speaks On Touring With Drake, Future & Miguel & Says "Souled Out" LP Is Done
Jhene Aiko released her new EP, Sail Out, today, along with the official music video for "The Worst." Jhene has had a big year, being featured on Drake's album Nothing Was The Same seems to have led to her appearance on Drizzy's "Would You Like A Tour?" as wel
Future Says That Being Taken Off Drake's Tour Was A "Misunderstanding"
Before Drake left for his "Would You Like A Tour?" a small problem arose with one of his guest performers, Future, and it momentarily seemed like Future would not be joining Drake for the tour.
Future Discusses Being On Tour With Drake & Relationship With Ciara
Future has been making movies, aside from getting engaged to singer Ciara he's also been on Drake's "Would You Like A Tour?" which kicked off the other week.
Drake Announces “Would You Like a Tour?” European Dates w/ The Weeknd
After what may or may not have been a listener-constructed beef between Drake and The Weeknd, the two seem to be on good terms.
Drake Allegedly Cancels "Would You Like A Tour" Performance In Philadelphia [Update: Show Rescheduled]
After kicking off his "Would Your Like A Tour" tour in Pittsburgh last night, it seems Drake may have already cancelled the second date, which was scheduled to take place this evening at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Drake Brings Out Wiz Khalifa, Performs With Future At Tour Kick-Off
Anticipation was high for Drake's "Would You Like A Tour," but it seemed as though things might get off to a rocky start with alleged tension between Drake and Future.
Future Reportedly Suing Drake For $1.5 Million After Being Dropped From Tour [Update: Future Confirms He'll Be On Tour]
It seems like Future's comments about Nothing Was The Same have cost him his opening slot on Drake's "Would You Like A Tour". According to Page Six, Drizzy requested that Future be taken off the tour the day the controversial quote was released.