We saw the first episode last week, and now here is part 2 of Drake and Future‘s “What A Time To Be Alive” vlog series that was shot by Rick Nyce.
In the clip, you can see Drizzy, Future Hendrix, Metro Boomin, Future The Prince, and DJ Esco all chilling and chopping it up in an Atlanta studio during a recording session for the “What A Time To Be Alive” collaboration project.
You can watch episode 2 of the “What A Time To Be Alive” vlog after the jump below!
Drizzy Drake has become the fourth music artist to ever score at least 100 hits on the Billboard “Hot 100″ chart.
According to Billboard, Drake will have 8 entries in the upcoming week’s chart (mainly songs from his joint mixtape with Future called What A Time To Be Alive) that will bring his total from 92 to 100.
The only artists above Drizzy on the chart right now are Elvis Presley with 108 entries, his Young Money boss Lil Wayne with 127 entries, and the cast of Fox’s “Glee” with 207 entries.
Congratulations to Drizzy Drake on this amazing achievement! Do you think he can get that #1 spot?
On September 26th, Drake headlined the 2015 Landmark Music Festival that took place at the West Potomac Park in Washington, D.C.
Some of the songs that Drizzy performed live during his set included: “Legend“, “Trophies“, “We Made It“, “Headlines“, “Over“, “Crew Love“, “Worst Behavior“, “Back To Back“, “Know Yourself“, “100“, and more.
After performing “Back To Back” live, the crowd also started to chant “fuck Meek Mill” in which Drizzy Drake responded: “don’t worry, he’s dead already”.
You can watch a recap of Drake performing live at this year’s Landmark Music Festival in Washington after the jump below!
Future graces the front cover of XXL magazine’s 2015 Fall issue and in his cover story, he spoke a little bit about his relationship with Drake, which you can read below.
The Astronaut Kid discussed him and Drizzy building their relationship over time, gaining each other’s trust even after some things that they have said in interviews have been took out of context, and more.
Click here to read more excerpts from Future Hendrix‘s interview with XXL. The magazine issue is available on newsstands now!
The first week numbers for Drake and Future‘s joint project, What A Time To Be Alive, are in! According to HITS Daily Double, the project was bought around 339,538 times since it was released on September 20th, but those numbers rise to 378,630 if you want to count streams.
Drizzy and Super Future‘s collaboration project debuted at #1 on the chart this week too, so congratulations to them on that accomplishment. If you haven’t already done so, click here to purchase What A Time To Be Alive from iTunes!
Future has released a vlog that was shot by Rick Nyce, which shows him and Drake in the studio talking about and recording their What A Time To Be Alive collaboration project.
Also seen in the studio session that took place over 6 days in Atlanta, Georgia, with the Astronaut Kid and Drizzy was DJ Esco, Metro Boomin, and Future The Prince.
You can watch the What A Time To Be Alive vlog after the jump below!
For their 100th issue, The FADER managed to get Drake on the front cover plus an interview as he hasn’t done a magazine interview since last year after Rolling Stone played with his words.
In the cover story, Drizzy spoke on starting to drive again, his If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late project, Toronto, how he wants his legacy to be, his upcoming Views From The 6 album, the Quentin Miller reference songs, his beef with Meek Mill, and so much more.
You can read Drizzy Drake‘s full cover story after the jump below, which is very long but definitely an interesting read for fans. This October/November 2015 issue of The FADER will be available on newsstands next month on October 27th. Click here to pre-order it for $15.00!