After putting out the much anticipated music video for the House of Balloons track “The Knowing” several months after the mixtape had been released, The Weeknd is now beginning production on his second official video for the Thursday standout “The Zone” featuring OVOXO crew leader Drake. Toronto’s own will be linking up with team director Lamar Taylor who has already captured visuals for Drake’s Take Care single “Headlines” and “The Motto.” No word on when we can be expecting a premiere date for the video.
Drake is already on to the next one. The Canadian hip-hop star is selling the Miami condos where he shot the video for “I’m on One.”
According to TMZ, Drizzy put the properties on the market last week. The two adjacent units, which he combined into one larger space, are located in the upscale Marquis Residences in downtown Miami. One is listed for $1.9 million and the other for $599,000.
The Weeknd is showing his loyalty to Drake. The Canadian singer lashed out at Common after he dissed his friend on a remix to Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin’.”
After Drake took a subliminal shot at him on Rick Ross’ mixtape single “Stay Schemin’,” Common fires back with a venomous verse.
“It bothers me when the gods get to acting like the broads/ Guess every team doesn’t come complete with ni**as like ours,” raps Drizzy over the Rich Forever cut featuring Rozay and French Montana.
The Chi-town MC adds some lethal bars to the song, referring to Drake as “That Hoe Ass Ni**a.” Listen and check out the lyrics below.
“Everybody know you sweet, what the problem is/ Don’t play dumb, I’m the one that acknowledged it/ Son of a bitch, I imagine what your father is/ She said, How you make your opponent/ Rapper of the moment, his style he don’t own it/ Acting all hard when he hardly like that/ Mess around and make me catch a body like that/ Don’t do it ’cause every song you make is really hoe music/ I heard you said wasn’t a bitch ’cause you sing, you a bitch ’cause you cling like a bitch that’s 18/ Can’t say my name, but rap about ni**a’s wife/ You show black and white tryna live a ni**as’ life/ I’m taking too long with this amateur guy/ You ain’t wetting nobody ni**a, you Canada Dry.”
While his YMCMB sister Nicki Minaj was on ABC, Drake was bidding adieu to 2011 on “NBC’s New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly.” Perched high above Times Square, Drizzy had New York City rocking to his Take Care hits including “Make Me Proud,” “The Motto,” and “Headlines,” sharing the surreal experience with host Carson Daly.
Kylie and Kendall Jenner, younger sisters of Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, were photographed hanging out with Drizzy Drake. Where were the teen sisters when the photo was taken?
Kylie and Kendall don’t look half as pleased to be in the shot as Drake does. He is sporting one of the biggest and most cheesy smiles anyone has ever seen in the photo. He looks genuinely happy to be hanging out with the mini-Kardashians.
The bottles will be popping and beats will be blaring as celebrities toast to the new year with celebrations across the country this weekend. Some will appear on television, while it will cost you a pretty penny to party with others like Chris Brown and Lauryn Hill at private events. From Las Vegas to New York City’s Times Square, find out where some of your favorite stars will be once the clock strikes midnight.