A year after coming together on “For Free,” DJ Khaled tags Drake on “To the Max” the third release off his upcoming album Grateful. Grateful is set to be released on June 23rd and will include the previously released singles “Shining” featuring Jay Z and Beyoncé, and “I’m the One” with Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo, and Lil Wayne. Until then, take a listen below.
Nicki Minaj drops off the Benny Boom video for “No Frauds” her Drake and Lil Wayne assisted diss to Remy Ma. “Rah took you to her doc, but you don’t look like Rah / Left the operating table, still look like nah.” Whether it’s in London or the U.S., in the clip the queen rules her kingdom in delectable fashions while reunited with her Young Money family. Watch below.
After coming together 0n “One Dance,” Wizkid tags Drake once again for “Come Closer,” the first single off Wizkid’s upcoming third album Sounds From the Other Side. “Came into the game, no one replace me,” he sings. “Me love my Hennessy straight with no chaser / All of my guys know me all about me paper / Me got me girls all around me, me no chase her / Starboy, call me number one / When me tune drop, the girls, they bounce along.” Listen to below.
On Saturday, Drake debut his long-awaited album More Life over OVOSOUND Radio. “The style in which it’s being put together is based off of our concept that is OVOSOUND Radio,” he explained. “I love the way it’s put together. It’s really put together as a seamless listen. Basically, what I asked myself was, ‘What would happen if I just did an OVOSOUND Radio but every song was a new Drake song?’ That was kind of my idea for it.’” The project features 22 tracks including appearances from Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Quavo, Young Thug, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Giggs, Skepta, Sampha, and more. More Read More
In reuniting with Drake and Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj reps Young Money to death and responds to Remy’s “shETHER” their Murda Beatz collaboration “No Frauds.” “You can’t be Pablo if your work ain’t sellin’ / What the fuck is this bitch inhalin’?” raps Nicki. “Tried to drop ‘Another One,’ you was itchin’ to scrap / You exposed your ghostwriter / Now you wish it was scrapped / Heard your pussy on yuck / I guess you needed a Pap.” The life size barbie comes with venom on another verse. “What type of bum bitch shoot a friend over a stack? What Read More
With so many hip-hop and R&B artists today, keeping track of them all can be a hassle. With the year coming to an end, excitement is building towards 2017 and what it has to offer in the world of hip-hop and R&B. More and more artists are showing promise to succeed in their musical careers, regardless of where they were or currently are. The following is the 5 hip hop and R&B tours to watch out for in 2017. 1) Bryson Tiller Bryson Tiller, born in raised in the city of Louisville, is on the brink of fame for his Read More
Drake drops off the video to his 21 Savage collaboration “Sneakin’” set to appear on Drake’s upcoming project More Life. While the video is low-fi, the quality of their flaunting is not. Drake flosses in a mink coat, pinky ring, OVO chain, and white Rolls-Royce Phantom with Savage on the hood of his new red Ferrari. Not to mention the Hidden Hills mansion filled with women. More Life, is set to be released in December and will also include the tracks “Fake Love” and “Two Birds, One Stone.” Check it below.
As if their “Summer Sixteen Tour” wasn’t enough, Future teams up with Drake on his Zaytoven-produced single “Used to This.” “Mexico, workin’ like I’m Mexico,” raps Future, while Drizzy reps his day ones. “I’m with everyone I was here with in the first place,” he rhymes. “Makin’ sure that they all good before they close the curtain.” While the track is now available for download on iTunes you can watch the video below.
During Sunday’s episode of OVOSOUND RADIO, the 6 God released four new tracks,”Two Birds, One Stone,” the London On Da Track-produced “Sneakin’” featuring 21 Savage, and “Fake Love” (produced by Vinylz and Frank Dukes) and a remix to Dave’s “Wanna Know.” Only three of the four tracks will appear on Drake’s upcoming album More Life, set to be released in December release. Listen below.
While hitting Phoenix on his “Summer Sixteen Tour” Tuesday (Sept. 6), Drake and his DJ, Future the Prince, had 2-to-3 million dollars worth of jewels is stolen.