Los Angeles-based singer Mila J dropped her own version of Drake’s single, “Fake Love,” telling the story from a woman’s perspective. She doesn’t stray too far away from the original, staying in line with the original song’s message, keeping the same hook, but adding her own lyrics to the verses. She even added in some . . .
“I feel like Juelz Santana. Leg hanging out the phantom.” Juelz Santana took a hot line and made it into a hot song with his latest, the Jahlil Beats-produced “Drake Voice.” The line being used was originally heard on Drake’s “Hype,” from VIEWS. The song also includes clips of Young Thug and Kodak Black giving . . .
It was an epic year for Drake and he will certainly look to continue his wave in 2017 as he reportedly plans to release his More Life album early this year. To add to his 1st quarter push, he has been named British GQ’s “Best Dressed” man of 2016. Rapper, songwriter and wool turtleneck champion @Drake . . .
You might remember Vars City from when we partnered to premiere the Mir Fontane-featuring “Levels” single. Now the New Jersey group is back with a new track. They show their stuff by creating a remix/cover to Drake‘s “Fake Love.” The visuals show the guys doused in the affections of different women, but at the end . . .
Normani Kordei gives us a taste of what her solo work could sound like Normani Kordei drops a a very warm and passionate cover of Drake‘s “Fake Love” and “Sneakin.” The best part of all of it is that she can actually sing well. I wouldn’t be one to say that there is anything wrong with . . .
“For Free” was one of the most infectious songs of the summer, and Tek.Lun saw fit to play off of that with one of is most recent drops, “You Know You Only Do That With Me.” The Baltimore bred producer uses a soulful, sampled harmonies to put a whole new spin on Drake’s free wheeling . . .
Drake‘s OVO Sound Radio-premiered “Sneakin’” gets the visual treatment! Drizzy and 21 Savage engage in a major flex clad in opulent jewelry, expensive cars, and plenty of twerk. Watch the Gab3-directed video below.
Future and Drake are back at it again with a video for the Zaytoven-produced “Used To This,” the first single from his forthcoming Beast Mode 16 project. The video features Future and Drake at ane epic all-female soccer game complete with smoke and quality camera angles. Watch the video for “Used To This” below.
It’s been an eventful night as Drake starts his 30th birthday celebration on OVO Sound Radio. He announced an upcoming project titled More Life and also dropped numerous songs including “Two Birds One Stone“, a remix of Dave’s “Wanna Know”, Popcaan‘s “Unruly“, and the 21 Savage featuring “Sneakin.” But wait, There’s more! We also get . . .
Yet another premiere track from Drake‘s celebratory birthday episode of OVOSound Radio is here. This time, a vibrant remix of young London artist Dave‘s original composition, “Wanna Know.” Drake takes charge from the get go with slang-driven vocal phrases and plays a seamless game of back and forth with the original Dave verse. Melodic and . . .
“Free C5, how the f*ck we got the boss waiting?” It was a special episode of OVO Sound Radio as it was Drake‘s 30th birthday celebration, but wait there’s more. Along with announcing a new project titled More Life due in December, he drops a new song called “Two Bird One Stone.” Here we get . . .
Just last month, Drake declared a short film titled Please Forgive Me would be released on September 30. After making a post on Instagram simply captioned “Tonight,” we hoped to get it even sooner. Tonight A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Sep 25, 2016 at 5:26am PDT Drake lives up to the direct yet technically non-definitive IG . . .
Just as day 1 of the Made In America Festival comes to a close, Drake liberates the “Child’s Play” official music video. Co-starring Tyra Banks, the surprise video is a 12-minute production to accompany the single. Drama ensues from the start, but we are delivered comic relief from OVO’s resident funny man, OB O’Brien, who . . .
“You know, you know, how the story go.” Drake isn’t one to tread softly, and the Canadian emcee has a few chips on his shoulder on this previously unreleased track, the Kanye West-produced “You Know, You Know.” This was recorded during Drake’s Thank Me Later sessions, and is produced by the one and only Kanye West. . . .
Creativity and quality are at war with capitalism and the bottomline. Since it’s inception, the art of hip hop and the concept of capitalism have been inextricably linked. Originally, rappers used their rhymes to boast of their wealth. These rhymes, later in conjunction with sleek music videos, painted the picture of a lifestyle that many . . .