Ice-T is not happy with the state of hip-hop. He thinks the news has gotten too Kardashian crazy and he worries men have lost their balls. But, contrary to popular belief, he doesn’t have a problem with Drake. Jay Z is another story.
Tough Love is the name of Ware’s first major release.
If you thought the craziest thing Drake would do during his first time hosting the ESPYs was appear in a comedy sketch with supposed nemesis Chris Brown, you were wrong. Very wrong.
After being seen hanging out in a California studio last week, Chris Brown and Drake took their thawing relationship to the next level: by appearing in a sketch at the ESPYs together.
Drake has reportedly paid a fellow rapper $100,000 for borrowing his lines in a recent rap.
While you’re waiting for Drake’s new album, ‘Views From The 6,’ to drop, DJ Paypal has gifted the world with a 30-song collection of shiny remixes of the rapper’s songs.
The rapper does not have a release date for the new album.
“Recognize” is of particular importance for obvious reasons, and on initial listen (via Complex), any excitement that Drake brings to a track is well-warranted.
A rapidly rising hashtag on Twitter today (July 14) is asking Drake a simple question: sing for a deceased fan at her funeral.
It seems any cold feelings Chris Brown and Drake had toward each other have thawed, if a new Instagram photo is to be believed.
If your monthly sign can incapsulate who you are, why can’t a three-minute song?
The tour will hit amphitheaters across the country, including a stop at the iconic Hollywood Bowl.
Hold on, we’re going to the therapist.