Jennifer Lopez has confirmed in an interview with Renee Bargh from Extra that herself and Drake are indeed working on new music while promoting her NBC show “Shades Of Blue”.
“We are – well, we did! We did one song together. I don’t know if we will do more – we will see!”
The collaboration J. Lo is talking about could be the one we heard at her Winter Wonderland Prom at the end of December, which sounded like a remix of Superman and Bucie’s “Black Coffee” record!
According to the RIAA, Future‘s “Where Ya At” single featuring Drake was certified double Platinum on January 11th.
This means that the Metro Boomin-produced song has been purchased/streamed 2 million times since it was first released in the summer of 2015 on Super Future‘s DS2 album.
Congratulations to Future Hendrix and Drizzy on this great achievement!
The nominations for the 2017 Brit Awards have been announced and Drake picked up a total of 2 nominations.
Drizzy was nominated in the categories: “International Male Solo Artist” and “International Group” along with Future.
This year’s Brit Awards will take place at the O2 Arena in London on February 22nd. Hit the jump to see who the 6 God‘s competition is!
Over the weekend, 2 Chainz and Drake had a studio session in Los Angeles, California. They were also joined by Fresh aka Short Dawg, CJ Gibson, Roxx, Papa G, and Nolan Presley.
Tity Boi and Drizzy were working on a song for Tity‘s forthcoming Pretty Girls Like Trap Music project, which will be released in April.
You can view 6 more photos and a behind the scenes clip from the studio session after the jump below, courtesy of Joe Moore!
Drake has postponed the start of his upcoming “The Boy Meets World” European tour, due to “unforeseen production setbacks” that needed a little more time to be ready.
This means that the tour will now kick off in London on January 30th, so the Amsterdam (January 21 and 22), Glasgow (January 26) and London (January 28) dates will be rescheduled starting from March 20th.
You can read an official statement from a promoter about the changed tour dates after the jump below, as well as how to get a refund if you can’t make the new date!
In the January 14th issue of Billboard magazine, producer and one-half of OVO Sound’s dvsn duo, Nineteen85, spoke on Drake‘s forthcoming More Life project and some of the songs that he has worked with him on.
Nineteen85 explained why Drizzy Drake is calling More Life a “playlist” rather than an “album”, as well as discussed the “Too Much“, “Hotline Bling” and “One Dance” tracks he produced for Drizzy.
You can read what the producer had to say after the jump below!
According to the reliable concert database website POLLSTAR, Drake‘s “Summer Sixteen” tour collected around $84.3 million in 2016; making it the highest-earning rap tour with Kanye West’s “Saint Pablo” tour in second place grossing $52.8 million.
Click here to check out POLLSTAR’s “Year-End Top 100 Worldwide Tours” stats for 2016. Drizzy also shared this amazing news on his Instagram page here.
The 6 God will be soon kicking off his “The Boy Meets World” tour in Europe!