The nominations for the 2012 EMA’s are in and Drake is up for one award. The award show airs live on Nov 11th and Drake is nominated for best hip-hop artist.
The good news is that we fans can vote so make sure to vote everyday for Drake and help him take home this win! To vote go HERE and click under Best Hip Hop! Congrats on yet another nomination Drake.
The nominations for the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards are in! And Drake is nominated for five awards. Congrats Drake!
The award show will air on Thursday, September 6th in Los Angeles at 8pm EST. Make sure you go to vote for Drake everyday.
Drake’s five nominations:
Best Hip-Hop Video (HYFR feat. Lil Wayne) Vote!
Best Male Video (Take Care feat. Rihanna) Vote!
Best Art Direction (Take Care feat. Rihanna)
Best Cinematography (Take Care feat. Rihanna)
Video Of The Year (Take Care feat. Rihanna) Vote!
Nicki Minaj and Drake are going back in time—way back. The Young Money rappers lend their voices to the 3D animated film Ice Age: Continental Drift, in theaters July 13. The “Starships” rapper plays a woolly mammoth named Hailey, while Drizzy transforms into a mammoth named Ethan in the prehistoric film, which also stars Jennifer Lopez, Queen Latifah, and Ester Dean. Get a first look at their on-screen characters in the trailer below.
On this week’s episode of the resurrected MTV celebrity prank show Punk’d, Ashton Kutcher returns to pull the rug out from underneath Drake. Convincing the Canadian-born rapper that he is going to meet Vice President Joe Biden, Kutcher manages to fake an entire seismic event complete with a pregnant woman and tasers, and a noticeably shaken Drake has some pretty hilarious reactions. Say what you will about the man in the trucker hat, but that’s a freakin’ impressive deception. Check out the clip below (which also sees Kanye’s girlfriend getting pranked.)
After a long hiatus, MTV’s Punk’d made its return to television this season with crazier pranks, bigger explosives and numerous heart grabbing moments. This season, however, was a tad bit different than the others as the creator Ashton Kutcher enlisted numerous celebrities to prank their celeb friends instead of him doing the pranking (which sometimes was much funnier) but in a special upcoming episode, Ashton returns to punk Drake and Kim Kardashian.
In the short teaser clip, released by MTV, Drake was caught on camera looking mad scared as he says, “I thought we were about to get f-cking blown up!’. Although you have to tune in next Sunday, June 3rd to see exactly what shook him up, the teaser is pretty funny.
On Monday (September 27th), MTV is set to debut a new live afternoon pop culture-driven show called “The Seven,” which will curate the seven, must know news stories of the day.
The show’s first live in-studio guests are Hip-Hop sensation Drake, as well as the cast of the forthcoming film The Social Network (Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake).
It’s over – before it even happened.
The plug has been pulled on another free outdoor concert featuring Drake in New York City before the superstar rapper even stepped off the tour bus, the Daily News has learned.
ABC decided not to book the 23-year-old Canadian rapper for a July 16 show in Central Park after the NYPD told the city Parks Department that Parks’ security plan wasn’t up to snuff, Parks and police sources said.
The concert was going to be part of ABC’s “Good Morning America” summer concert series, which has already featured megastars Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers and Alicia Keys.
We were interested in having Drake perform, but he was never officially booked,” an ABC spokesperson said yesterday without elaborating.
A spokesperson for Drake confirmed there was a “booking in place,” but declined to comment further.
The Parks Department could not come up with the security staffing that the NYPD thought would be necessary for such an event, police sources said.
This is the second time a New York show featuring the “Find Your Love” rapper has been called off in less than a month.
Drake’s June 15 free concert at South Street Seaport was abruptly canceled after 25,000 unruly fans who showed up to hear the rap phenom tossed chairs, bottles and flowerpots.