Earlier this week, acclaimed producer Rico Love shared a number of details with regards to Brandy‘s upcoming collaboration with ‘Angel of Mine‘ belle Monica set to feature on their respective albums.
Now, Ms. Norwood has revealed details that will give her supporters even more of a reason to purchase her LP.
For, in a recent interview with TrueExclusives.Com, she has confirmed that a collaboration with Drake may just be in the pipeline.
Her comments below…
Check out a video of Drake shopping on Fulton Street in Brooklyn yesterday.
Producer Noah ’40′ Shebib gives MTV News the inside story in an exclusive interview.
Despite all the critical and commercial acclaim Drake’s Take Care has rightly earned, the Toronto MC has remained relatively quiet when promoting the album. Relative in the sense that Thank Me Later’s release was accompanied by the hoopla of in-store signings and a documentary.
That’s not the only way the two projects differ. Where TML featured a number of A-list hitmakers, from Kanye West to Swizz Beatz, the biggest name in Drake’s sophomore effort’s production credits is Just Blaze. The album certainly doesn’t suffer from that lack of notoriety, however. In fact, it sounds more focused with the lesser-known T-Minus, and Drake’s right-hand man Noah “40″ Shebib stealing the show. Their efforts helped to make it more Drake’s album — however introspective, weird and altogether refreshing that might be.
V Magazine has its first music issue hitting newstands January 12th. Though Canadian singer Justin Bieber is on the cover, fellow Canadian Drake and the OVO crew are featured in this issue. Peep the pictures/story below.You can pre-order the issue HERE, or pick it up on newstands in two days.
Birdman is known for his diehard loyalty to the Cash Money/Young Money family and Drake is no exception. During a visit to Power 106′s ‘Big Boy’s Neighborhood,’ the YMCMB boss was asked about the Drake/Common beef and his feelings about it:
“Drake the homie so we ride or die. Ain’t no second questions about that. We never been a brand of making money off of [diss records]. That’s not what we ’bout. So however the young homie deal with it, we behind it, we supporting him 100 percent with our life…Drake the little homie. That’s blood, that’s family, and ain’t no siding with that. It’s Drake or nothing.’
Well, there you go. He also has no plans to get in on the action. Watch the video for his full response:
Drake was M.I.A. in the original video for Mary J. Blige’s My Life II single “Mr. Wrong,” but he shows up to support the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul in this newly released version. Drizzy opens the Rico Love and Jim Jonsin-produced song, standing against a brick wall awash in blue lights. The rest of the visuals remain mostly unchanged, with Mary giving a nod to the past with her throwback looks.
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’.”