Finally, the most anticipated song from 2 Chainz’s B.O.A.T.S. 2: Me Time album is here! With both Drake and Lil Wayne on one beat, 2 Chainz has another killer with I Do It. The album hits stores September 10th.
Drake finally reveals the official tracklisting for his highly anticipated Nothing Was The Same album. With singles such as Started From The Bottom, Hold On We’re Going Home and All Me, Drake is ready to take over September 24th, with the release of his 3rd studio album. There are hidden features, by the way.
It’s hard for anybody to follow the great performance from Justin Timberlake, but Drake was the next artist to take the stage at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and he put on a great show as well. Drizzy opened up with his latest single Hold On, We’re Going Home and then transitioned into the well-known Started From The Bottom single. Nothing Was The Same is set to drop on September 24th.
After looking at the tracklist for 2 Chainz‘ upcoming album BOATS 2: Me Time, one track in particular stood out the most – the Drake and Lil Wayne-featured cut I Do It.
The track, which will most likely serve as the next single, can be previewed in this new Radio Shack x Beats by Dre commercial. Expect to hear the full version soon!
Drake‘s highly anticipated album Nothing Was The Same will be arriving in stores on September 24th and here is a look at the official artwork. Check out the alternate (possibly the deluxe) cover below.
The Weekend and Drake always make great music together so it was a relief when they squashed their beef earlier this year. Here is their latest collaboration, Live For, a track that will appear on The Weeknd’s upcoming album Kiss Land, due out September 10th.
Although Drake’s new single Hold On, We’re Going Home is a lot different than what we’ve been hearing from him lately, it is a very smooth and solid single to most. Drizzy says he approached his Nothing Was The Same album with a thought that it would be great to make a timeless record that would be played at weddings and special events 10+ years down the road.
Drake also reveals to MTV that Majid Jordan, who is credited on the single for the background vocals, is a group that he signed to OVO.
Drizzy Drake is the talk of the town in the Hip-Hop streets right now and it’s only right for him to cover the 150th issue of XXL Magazine. In the cover story, Drake speaks on his new album Nothing Was The Same, his image, competition, his success, Amanda Bynes and much more. You can read some excverps from the cover story below.
After a crazy night at the 2013 OVO Fest, Drake decides to release a brand new single titled Hold On We’re Going Home. We have been hearing the rapping (and fierce) Drake for a while and now he decides to go back to the slow, R&B-type Drizzy that some of us have missed. The record is produced by Majid Jordan (who also provides background vocals) and Nineteen85.
This will appear on Drizzy’s upcoming album Nothing Was The Same, due out September 17th.
Drake links up with 2 Chainz and Big Sean (along with Aziz Ansari on the intro) for this brand new single titled All Me. The Key Wane-produced track will appear on Drizzy’s new album Nothing Was The Same, which is set to hit stores on September 17th.
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