After Drake spilled the beans about Jay Z making a cameo on the record, it now seems we know just what HOV is exactly doing on the album.
While Timbaland didn’t give away too many details, he did say that the first single will be “Chicago” and that he’s “going to set it up right.”
Twitter had some words to say about Drake’s, uh, bizarre album artwork.
Today, (August 21) MTV announced that Drake will perform his VMA nominated single “Started From the Bottom.” This will mark the first time he will sing the track live on television.
The pair have previously collaborated on songs like “The Zone,” from the Weeknd’s second mixtape, ‘Thursday,’ as well as a handful of tracks on Drake’s sophomore album, 2001 release, ‘Take Care,’ including “Crew Love” and “Practice.”
From his forthcoming LP, ‘Nothing Was the Same.’
Maximum amounts of Crew Love.
It’s all Drake, but 2 Chainz and Big Sean manage to fit in there two and make a nice Drake sandwich.
LeBron James has a new gig as music supervisor for the video game NBA 2K14 and he’s filled the soundtrack with a mix of hip-hop, rock and, of course, Phil Collins.
What could Drake do to bring his game up a notch and pleasantly surprise his fans? We’ve got five suggestions.