Posted on February 27, 2010 • 0 Comments

After laying down tracks for his debut album Thank Me Later in his hometown of Toronto and traveling to Hawaii to record with Kanye West, Drake’s globetrotting brought him to Jamaica, where he’s reportedly working with dancehall artist Mavado. Drizzy has been holed up at Geejam Studios, but took a little time to pose for photos with fans and even received some herbal “gifts.”

He also shared a photo of a computer screen displaying the file name for the final mix of his first single “Over” under the heading “Almost Time Again.”


Posted on February 25, 2010 • 0 Comments

Here is part 2 of a brief interview that we had with Drizzy, who performed at the Sprite Step Off Show in Atlanta this weekend. (watch part 1 here)

With this being the last part of our brief interview with Drake, I can say it’s perfect timing. If you watched what I watched from XXL earlier today you’ll know definitely what I mean. In the video Drizzy talks about the freshmen list as well as “returning the favor” to the magazine and when asked about his recent spread with GQ, he speaks on his relationship with Jordan Brand and shows off his Air Jordan Anniversary 9’s “like a basketball player.”


Posted on February 25, 2010 • 0 Comments

With what seems like the weight of the world on his shoulders, Drake still strolls into a room with the confidence a newly crowned winner. HipHollywood caught up with the rap phenom in Atlanta at the Sprite Step Off competition and he revealed that he can’t quite step, but he can cut a few moves. “I can’t step, but I can slow dance…if I find the right slow dancing partner.”

Drake spends quite a bit of time in Atlanta and reveals that it reminds him a lot of his hometown.

“I love everything about Atlanta. I just shot a Complex cover here. I love lights, and Atlanta at night is beautiful. The women are beautiful, the food is good. The condos are nice. It’s a great place. I’m always looking for elements of Toronto whenever I go somewhere because that’s my favorite city.” [Read more →]


Posted on February 23, 2010 • 0 Comments

Drake and most of the Young Money crew were down here in the MIA clubbing it out at Club Play. (February 5)


Posted on February 23, 2010 • 0 Comments

Money to Blow

Bed Rock


Say Something

I’m Going In


Posted on February 23, 2010 • 0 Comments

Here is part 1 of a brief interview that we had with Drizzy, who performed at the Sprite Step Off Show in Atlanta this weekend.

We spoke to him on his upcoming debut, Thank Me Later and what we can expect. The significance of the video is when he references a certain legend in Hip Hop that he studied for the album. Also we would like to thank the lovely ladies Danielle and Becky Billions as well as the homie Adam for your assistance. And if you’re wondering, that’s Ludacris who he is shaking hands with.


Posted on February 23, 2010 • 0 Comments

Shinan Govani from The National Post compiled a “Worthy 30″ list of men from Toronto and Drake made the cut.

Drake (née Aubrey Graham) Age 23. Sign Scorpio. Gig Forest Hill-raised Degrassi kid turned Grammy-makin’ scorchingly hot rapper. Drink of choice Sprite. “Just did a commercial for them!” Celebrity twin “Quite possibly Drake.” Wheels On Degrassi (before his worldwide fame) he played a character in a wheelchair. Dream date Once told a radio host, “I like to throw on sweatpants and cook — give a nice massage.” Fun fact Told last year: “I like older women, period. I never end up dating — seriously — women that are my age.” Oh, and his grandmother, he’s said, actually babysat Louis Armstrong way back when!

Read more: National Post


Posted on February 23, 2010 • 0 Comments

Drake appearing in Justin Bieber [ft. Ludacris] – Baby Music Video


Posted on February 19, 2010 • 0 Comments

Mr. Graham takes off the blazer loosens up the tie in his fashion spread in the March 2010 issue of GQ magazine. We see you Aubrey. More scans after the jump.


Posted on February 17, 2010 • 0 Comments

The marriage between hip-hop and R&B has done wonders for artists over the years. Unfortunately, British soul singer Sade says the concept isn’t something she’s ready to commit to. Rapper Drake, who was very optimistic about the possibility of working with Sade on his upcoming album, ‘Thank Me Later,’ will now have to face the reality that the collaboration won’t happen anytime soon.

Drake told MTV last month, “The melody she [Sade] chooses to use and her voice, it has that dark, sexy feel that a lot of my music has. Hopefully there will be a great Drake and Sade record for the people to listen to, and hopefully it’ll be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.” So much for wishful thinking. [Read more →]


Posted on February 16, 2010 • 1 Comment

The wait is almost over. Drake has selected the first single from his highly-anticipated debut album.

The first offering from Thank Me Later will be called “Over.” Drizzy exclusively tells that the track was produced by fellow Canadian Boi-1da, who is responsible for two of his biggest hits, “Best I Ever Had” and “Forever.”

The Young Money signee went through a painstaking process before choosing the right single. “Before I start working a single, I need to get about 10, 15, 20 songs done so I can pick from a batch of music as opposed to just committing to something right now,” he told in November. “It takes a lot for me to put a song onto that list. It’s gotta be a real great song. It’s gotta be something that I feel is timeless and is better than anything that I’ve ever done.”

The album, due this spring, is expected to feature collaborations with Jay-Z (“Light Up”), Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, and The-Dream (“Shut It Down”), as well as production from Kanye West, Noah “40” Shebib, and Tone Mason.

Source: RapUp


Posted on February 15, 2010 • 0 Comments

Credit: Duy Nguyen


Posted on February 15, 2010 • 0 Comments

Rapper Drake in the audience during the NBA All-Star Game held at Cowboys Stadium on February 14, 2010 in Arlington, Texas.


Posted on February 14, 2010 • 0 Comments

Here are some videos of Drake performing at the NBA All-Stars Celebrity game with Lebron James is his hypeman! [Read more →]


Posted on February 14, 2010 • 0 Comments

Story is the verse Drake used on Stunt Hard was intended for the Mickey Factz & Travis McCoy (Of Gym Class Heroes) Overdose On Life for Omen’s Be The Judge compilation. Thanks X.

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Drake – Overdose [Unreleased Verse]


Posted on February 14, 2010 • 0 Comments

Jay-Z & LeBron James hosted their 4th Annual Two Kings Dinner & After Party (Presented by Bing) at the W Hotel in Dallas, Texas for All-Star Weekend. Guests included Diddy, Russell Simmons, Gayle King, Teyana Taylor, Chris Paul and Drake with music by DJ Steph Floss & DJ Clark Kent.


Posted on February 14, 2010 • 0 Comments

These are a month old candids, but here is Drake and his entourage chilling out on a balcony at the W hotel in Miami.


Posted on February 14, 2010 • 1 Comment

Rapper Drake, speaking to MTV News’ Sway at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night (January 31) about the nominations he received for his breakout hit “Best I Ever Had.” (Sadly, Drake didn’t come away with any hardware — he was beaten by Jay-Z in both the Best Rap Song and Best Rap Solo Performance categories.) As Quentin Tarantino noted during his introduction of the hip-hop performance that saw Lil Wayne, Eminem and Travis Barker also grace the stage, Drake has already scored some exceptional musical accomplishments despite not having released a real album yet (the nominated track came from his much-buzzed-about mixtape So Far Gone). As far as that album is concerned, he may need the So Far Gone buzz to keep going a little while longer. [Read more →]


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