Started from the bottom, now wheelchair.
“Whatcha Say” slinks and creeps, with a clattering, minor-key production that doesn’t leave much room for standing still.
The cameo raises many questions. Until then? Airplane arms!
The Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour is inspired by Street Fighter II, the old Capcom fighting game, with cartoon graphics of the two rappers and interactive ephemera like an app that let the crowd decide who went on first. So why not indulge them? The Best Rapper Alive vs. The Biggest Rapper Alive.
It’s all bootylicious everything in Minaj’s steamy new clip for her latest single.
Eddie Vedder, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez and Wiz Khalifa are just some of the music superstars who took the plunge to raise awareness about ALS.
Drake alert! Nicki Minaj alert! New sneakers alert!
Also among the new words joining the dictionary are “amazeballs,” “vape” and the instant classic, “side-eye.”
You can find him in the club — and, now, on stage with Drake and Lil Wayne.
Drake only appears to spit his verse toward the end in the smoky arcade and behind him, a blink-and-you-might-miss-it Kylie Jenner nonchalantly bops along to the music.
Drizzy is definitely working for the weekend and clubbin’ on the weekdays.
According to the NBA, his behavior violates an anti-meddling clause, for which the Raptors are financially responsible.
The clip for the Tha Carter V track has Wayne channeling the 1962 Ken Kesey novel and the 1975 Jack Nicholson film, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.
The single is reportedly scheduled to drop sometime today.
Could Drake on his worst behavior fool you into thinking he’s Lil Wayne? Or could Wayne somehow rhyme so sweet you’d think only Drizzy could have said it? Take our quiz and find out.
Those planning at attend the Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour have got a new way to get close to the rappers in concert.