late last night (as he has been lately), drake releases another track for the #cuddlemusic catalog, enlisting one of the more relevant crooners in the game in james fauntelroy. wouldn’t mind hearing more r&b drake, but i’m sure i’m in the minority here.
also, drake will be covering GQ next month, so be sure to read up on his feature.
while it’s currently yeezy season, it’ll be short lived because jay-zeezy season is also upon us, and now it seems it’ll move swiftly into drizzy season. drake has a new album prepped for this year, and nothing was the same will probably bleed right into this massive 40+ city arena tour, which will employ miguel ‘the leg drop’ jontel and the struggle crooner himself, future. dates below the jump.
saw his first HUGE (like 11 weeks at #1 huge) hit when he put drake, ross and wayne on a track. and considering khaled’s mindset, if he puts all three on the same track again, we’re bound to see some of the same success. and one flex premiere and a CDQ drop later, we have one of the two new tracks drake promised this week.
drake says this is his “first viral video.” i guess so, if rick ross videos are viral videos, anyway. “5am in toronto” is still as scathing as it was when it first hit, and in the video, drake hangs out at a local indoor volleyball court (seriously, what the hell is canada?) with plenty of libations and extra curricular to make it a good shoot.
remember that polarizing single drake released not too long ago? yeah, forget about it. “5am in toronto” is pretty tough, and now we’re headed towards anticipation for another great album of feels from the guy who’s keeping young money relevant. download it below.
kendrick’s put together another great video for his newest GKMC single. the song’s blistered through radio charts long before it was an official single, and you can blame that on drake’s “lady appeal.” and while this single, on the surface, was meant for the radio – the video dives deeper into a narrative that only kendrick lamar is capable of.
formerly “good kush & alcohol” and now “love me,” tunechi’s i’m not a human being II single gets a high profiled and big budgeted music video. and while this is a pretty dope song, why shoot this video unless you were releasing the explicit? anyway, MTV took the premiere. also, future is on the hook so this is a hit.
well since the single didn’t drop today, but the video did – and in the vein of “HYFR,” it’s incredible. included within this video’s confines: hot girls, drake’s inability to put on a decent outfit for once in his life, his mom posted up on a porch, drake working at a grocery store, a lot of drake dancing.
how could you not like this dude? and this single is still shit!
EDIT: below the jump: drake announces his new album title, nothing was the same.
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so much for the whole ‘releasing a song on grammy night’ thing. drake cares not for that machine, apparently, as he dropped his new track on his blog. hit the jump to read his feels on the topic, but skip right down to the soundcloud to listen to it. i’ll be honest: i’m not feelin’ it, but i have little doubts in drizzy’s album presence, as he’s been known to deliver a few good ones.
untitled third album, no release date. just the single.
nickelus F has had a lengthy career in hip-hop, but has remained relatively unknown for the better part of his career. save for some features on drake’s “room for improvement” tape, he hasn’t done anything huge. but add the aforementioned artist to the leadoff track from this new tape and you got a little buzz. download the new tape, via nahright.
everyone’s favorite (or least favorite) autotuned star of 2012 is back with another big track, bringing on drake along for the ride. hopefully for his sake, drake shows up for the video shoot if there is one. his new tape, free bird gang drops in a couple days. the tape’s been pushed back, so here’s the tagless CDQ.