YG premieres the video for his latest single, “Who Do You Love”, featuring Drake. My Krazy Life drops on March 18th.
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2014 is shaping up to be a big year for Ty Dolla $ign. His single “Paranoid” featuring B.o.B has been getting consistent spins on the radio, and now the follow-up single “Or Nah” is starting to take off as well. We’ve already heard The Weeknd’s version, but Ty has revealed that Drake will also be added on the official remix. More below.
Drake decided to unveil his plans for this year’s OVO Fest, which will take place on August 3rd & 4th at the Molson Ampitheatre in Toronto. The first day will be headlined by the legendary duo known as Outkast, while the second day will be headlined by Drizzy himself. As with every OVO Fest, you already know you can expect a ton of surprise guests. Tickets go on sale February 21st.
Jhene Aiko recently spoke with Rap Up about a few topics, most importantly her debut album Souled Out which is due out later this year. The most interesting topic though? Well that would be when you called Drake her musical soulmate, and said she would love to collaborate with him on a full project. Check it out below.
YMCMB just released the video for the first single “We Alright” earlier today, and now they unveil the official artwork for the group’s compilation album which is set to drop on March 11th. Looks like Young Money isn’t playing around in 2014, getting straight to business. Shortly after this album, you can expect Tha Carter V on May 5th which was just announced last night.
How about a little throwback action since it’s Thursday? Exactly 5 years ago today, Drake released his game-changing classic mixtape So Far Gone. Most people probably remember sitting around their computers well past midnight waiting for this to drop, it was just one of those moments of constant delay but till we waited. Nobody could’ve expected it would go on to be as big as it eventually did, but to this day it remains the most important project in Drizzy’s catalog for what it did in terms of his career. If for whatever reason you haven’t heard this (no excuse would be good enough), check it below. For all those who have heard it, play it just because.
Earlier today, Rolling Stone magazine debuted their full interview with Drake where he spoke on a number of different topics. We’ve already heard what he had to say about Macklemore, but the big splash was the supposedly off-the-record comments about Kanye West & Fabolous. Whether or not that was meant to be in the interview is neither here nor there at this point, but check out what Drake had to say about it below.
Rolling Stone released part of their interview with Drake yesterday where he took some light shots at Macklemore, but he’s not quite done yet. Drizzy also made a brief comment about a particular lyric from Kanye West’s Yeezus LP, and he somehow found a way to throw Fabolous under the bus while he was at it. Check out what he had to say after the jump.
Everyone remembers the Grammys, and how Macklemore beat out Kendrick Lamar (among all the other nominees) in every category, most notably Best Rap Album. Following the awards ceremony, Macklemore sent a heartfelt text to Kendrick apologizing and declaring that Kendrick deserved the awards, which he also felt compelled to share with the internet via his Instagram. If you haven’t seen it, you can view the text and his caption here. Many people had mixed feelings about the whole ordeal, and now we have Drake’s take on it. He summarized his thoughts with “That shit was wack as fuck.”, but went on to explain in greater detail in his interview with Rolling Stone, which you can view below.
YG’s followup single to “My Nigga” is the Drake assisted “Who You Do Love”, produced by DJ Mustard. An unfinished version of this leaked not too long ago, but here is the official version. His debut album, My Krazy Life, drops in March.