The 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards aired last night from The Forum in Inglewood, California and Drake won a total of 6 awards.
Out of his 12 nominations, Drizzy won in the categories “Hip-Hop Song Of The Year” for “One Dance“, “Hip-Hop Artist Of The Year”, “R&B Song Of The Year” for “Work” with Rihanna, “Best Collaboration” for “Work” with Rihanna, “Most Thumbed Up Artist Of The Year”, and “Most Thumbed Up Song Of The Year” for “One Dance“.
Unfortunately, the 6 God was not in attendance at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards as he is currently in Europe on his “The Boy Meets World” tour. Congratulations to Drizzy Drake on his wins!
Last night, the 2017 Brit Awards aired on television from the O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom.
Out of his 2 nominations at the BRITs, the 6 God won an award for “International Male Solo Artist” beating out Bon Iver, Leonard Cohen, Bruno Mars, and The Weeknd.
Unfortunately, Drake was not in attendance to pick up his award, but you can watch a video he sent in of him accepting it after the jump below. Congratulations Drizzy!
The nominations for the 2017 JUNO Awards, which is an annual awards show to acknowledge Canadian music artists, were announced recently and Drake received a total of 5.
Drizzy was nominated in the categories “Artist Of The Year”, “Album Of The Year” for VIEWS, “Rap Recording” for VIEWS, “Single Of The Year” for “One Dance“, and “JUNO Fan Choice Award” (to vote for him, just use “#JFCDrake” on Twitter or Instagram).
This year’s JUNO Awards will take place over the weekend of April 1st and 2nd in Ottawa. You can check out which competition the 6 God will face in his categories after the jump below!
Young Money’s Drake and Nicki Minaj have both earned a nomination each at the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.
Drizzy was nominated in the category “Favorite Male Singer” and Nicki Minaj received her nomination in the “Favorite Song” category for “Side To Side” with Ariana Grande.
This year’s KCAs will take place from the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California on March 11th. You can see who the 6 God and Barbie‘s competition is for them to win their awards after the jump below!
On February 5th, Drake performed live at The O2 Arena in London, England for a stop on his European “The Boy Meets World” tour.
During the concert, Drizzy let everyone know in attendance that he might be bringing his OVO Festival to London this year:
“And with that being said, I don’t know if anybody else is coming to any other shows but after tonight – I think my DJ would agree, my DJ is my manager – I think he would agree that we might have to fit this OVO Fest London in this year, because this shit is too crazy. It’s just too crazy. So I want you to forever remember that, Sunday night in The 02, you earned that shit. When you see OVO Fest London pop up, that’s because of each and everyone of y’all. I’m telling you, I love you with all my heart. I’m going to the studio tomorrow so I can finish this More Life and I give you more chunes, more records, and we can have more shows.”
You can check out the 6 God hinting at bringing his OVO Fest to London and confirm he is still working on his More Life playlist after the jump below!
A couple of days ago, Drake was the special guest on University Of Kentucky basketball coach’s John Calipari‘s podcast, Cal Cast, which you can listen to below.
During their 45-minute conversation, Drizzy spoke on acting, getting high for his audition to play Jimmy Brooks in “Degrassi”, why Coach Calipari is a role model to him, NBA, the longest amount of time he has been in the studio without sleeping, the biggest fear in his life, and more.
The 6 God also discussed how he would love to work with Sade, not going to have the chance to work with Bob Marley and Aaliyah even though he would love to, his upcoming More Life playlist, hosting the 1st annual NBA Awards, why athletes want to be rappers and vice versa, YOLO, and his parents!
Tonight, Stephanie Acevedo will be hosting a party at Playhaus Nightclub in Orlando, Florida to celebrate the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl kick-off.
As well as the Young Money singer, KathyzWorld and J. WhytNot will also be hosting the event, which will have sounds by DJ Nice 1 and DJ Danny Garcia.
You can check out the flyer above for more details and if you wish to attend Playhaus Nightclub later today, you can RSVP here!