Enough is enough, almost everybody wants this beef to end between the two artist Drake and Chris Brown. Lil Wayne, Birdman, and Mack Maine have all reached out to Drizzy urging him to extend an olive branch to Chris Brown about the nightclub incident in NYC, source told TMZ.
Young Money is on Drake’s side no matter what, but the bottom line is this beef is bad for business. Chris Brown appears on several tracks with Young Money members, so it makes sense why YMCMB wants this all to be done with already.
Drake was spotted in Washington DC today with two HUGE bodyguards. Drake was spotted doing some shopping at Tyson’s Galleria Mall, as well made a stopped over at Sports Zone. The night before Drake was clubbing it up at Club Eden in DC where he bought 40 bottles. Check out the photos below as well as the video from TMZ. The camera guy was a bit annoying to say the least.
2 Chainz and Drake go hard in the paint in the black-and-white video for “No Lie,” the first single off 2 Chainz’ Def Jam debut Based on a T.R.U. Story, available August 14. The tourmates, who just wrapped the “Club Paradise” tour, hold court with women in masks as black paint trickles down the white walls. The former Playaz Circle member drips in swag, while Drizzy smokes the hookah in the stylish visuals, directed by X.
Drake was ranked the #1 best rapper under 25 on Complex’s list of 25 Best Rappers 25 and Under. Like really what did you think, he’s 25, sittin’ on 25 mil haha. Check out what they had to say below.
Since he is one of the biggest rappers in hip-hop in general, it should come as no suprise that Drake tops this list. Even if he’s got tons of haters who feel that the swag don’t match the sweaters, it seems that no amount of hate (not even bar brawls with Chris Brown) can knock Drizzy out of the hip-hop stratosphere.
Below you will find the lyrics to Justin Bieber ft. Drake – Right Here. The song was produced by Hit-Boy.
After Drake and Chris Brown made headlines for their scuffle up in New York City, French Montana and Drake release a video of ‘Pop That’ at Club Paradise Tour. Unfortunately Lil Wayne and Rick Ross weren’t there to complete the track’s original members, but as you will see from the video the performance was absolutely off the chain and really got the crowd hyped up.
Go ahead and check out the Club Paradise Tour with Drake and French Montana out for yourself and be sure to leave your thoughts below in the comments section.
As details continue to emerge in the fight that took place between Drake and Chris Brown at a NYC nightclub on Wednesday, both entertainers have met with the police to share their side of the story.
According to TMZ, Brown has given a statement to NYPD investigators about the scuffle that left him with a gash on his chin and seriously injured one of his bodyguards, Big Pat. Unnamed law enforcement sources told the site that Brown’s celebrity lawyer, Mark Geragos, has handed over unspecified “physical evidence” that allegedly implicates Drake in the fight.