Lil Wayne‘s latest single titled “Love Me” featuring Drake and Future official music video. The video was directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
On Thursday night, Drake hit Vanquish Nightclub in Atlanta with the OVO crew. Young Jeezy was also in the building celebrating the release of his new mixtape, ‘It’s The World’. Others in attendance included T.I., Jazze Pha, and Tyson Beckford.
Couple days ago, rapper Ma$e sat down with Sway on MTV’s Rap Fix Live for an exclusive interview. During the interview Ma$e talked a variety of subjects including who he would consider signing to. After much battle with previous contracts and signing, Ma$e is in no rush to sign a deal. He however says that the only two people he would consider signing to would be Drake, or KanYe. “I think he’s the closest to what I believe I woulda been if I didn’t leave music”, says Ma$e of Drake. Catch the interview after the jump and skip to the 11:00 mark.
Yesterday at the Drake Hotel in Toronto, the winner of the 2012 Polaris Music Prize was announced. Though Drake didn’t take home the award, T-Rexxx was there to give an amazing speech on why Drake should win.
It is definitely “No Lie” that Drake is killing it with these award nominations. Speaking of “No Lie”, the 2012 Soul Train Award nominations have been announced and that collaboration is up for Best Hip-Hop Song.
The Soul Train Awards will air on November 25th at 9p.m. on both Centric and BET. “2 Chainz and Champagne you want true, thats true enough.” “No Lie” is currently Gold and also the #1 Rap song in the country. Congrats guys! To view a full list of nominees go HERE.
On Wednesday night (9/19) Drake surprised a sold-out crowd by making an appearance at Kendrick Lamar‘s show in Toronto. He performed “HYFR” and as always, the crowd lost their minds.
Good Kid In A Mad City, Kendrick Lamar’s debut album, hits stores on October 22nd. This is good news for not only Kendrick Lamar fans, but Drake fans as well. Drake is all set to be featured on the album with the collaboration “Poetic Justice” which samples Janet Jackson’s song “Anytime, Anyplace”.
After hearing Kendrick Lamar on ‘Take Care’ with the Buried Alive Interlude it’s great to see an actual collaboration between the two happen. This song is sure to be a hit and there is more good news as there will be a music video shot for the song!