They’ll always have Paris, where they did some bumpin’ and grindin’ during their duet off Drake’s 2011 album, ‘Take Care.’
If you can’t see OutKast at any of their already announced festival dates–Coachella, Hangout Fest, Firefly Festival, Sasquatch! and NYC’s Governors Ball–don’t worry, there’s still Canada.
Drake has maybe kept it a little too real lately. Now Drake has taken to his October’s Very Own blog where he changes his tone and apologizes defiantly.
Everyone’s talking about the Kanye shade, but we detailed the other 11 things the Drake profile in Rolling Stone taught us.
Drake has a few bones to pick with Rolling Stone. Actually, two to be exact.
With her new video, Nicki is letting all the men out there know, they can look, but can’t touch.
Drake is calling out Macklemore for, what he believes, was a not-so-convincing apology text to Kendrick in regards to his Best Rap Album win.
Drake tweeting “Carter V” is likely to suggest that Lil Wayne has started working on, or is somewhere in the midst of working on the fifth installment of ‘Tha Carter’ series.
Bud Light recruited EDM stars Zedd & Afrojack, while Bob Dylan was showcased in spots from two different advertisers: one for Greek yogurt, and the other for a longtime Detroit automaker.
The album is properly titled Young Money: Rise of an Empire, due out March 11 on Young Money/Cash Money, and will feature Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj and many noblemen and women.
Short-shorts, dorky dads, guest stars, moody medleys: Drake’s ‘SNL’ hosting gig had it all, though some of it didn’t exactly work.
We all know Drake started from the bottom and now he’s here. But it should be made clear that the “bottom” was really the Canadian teen soap, Degrassi.
The takeaway quote: “I am the saddest boy in all of Canada.”
Drake has clearly learned a few moves from Kanye West, including bold forays into the world of high-end sneakers, signing a deal with Nike almost immediately after West jumped ship to Adidas.
For music lovers headed to the New York area for this year’s Super Bowl, there will be an avalanche of artists playing shows all over the place. Getting inside many of the exclusive concerts, however, might be a little tricky.