On July 27th, Drake brought out Kanye West during the Chicago, Illinois stop of his “Summer Sixteen” tour at the United Center.
Drizzy and Yeezy performed their “Pop Style” collaboration live together before Kanye then performed “Father Stretch My Hands Part 1” and “Famous“, as well as took a shot at Taylor Swift: “I’m so glad my wife has Snapchat”.
You can check out a couple of clips of 6 God and Yeezus on stage together in Chicago after the jump below!
After listening to the audio of this interview a few days ago, we can now watch Drake‘s sit-down interview with Beats 1 Radio’s Zane Lowe in Noah “40” Shebib’s studio. The conversation was aired on episode 20 of OVO Sound Radio on April 28th.
During the 1-hour interview, which you can watch below, Drizzy talked about plenty of things including his new album VIEWS, how The Throne were originally featured on “Pop Style“, Rihanna, not speaking to Nicki Minaj anymore, Skepta, how proud he is of The Weeknd, acting, his family, Future, What A Time To Be Alive, and releasing more music this summer.
Drizzy Drake also shared his thoughts on the current situation between Young Money and Cash Money, Lil Wayne’s beef with Birdman, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late just being a tape he recorded in his hotel room, Kanye West’s pool, the forthcoming “Summer Sixteen” tour, and more!
For episode 20 of OVO Sound Radio that aired on April 28th, Drake sat down with Beats 1 Radio’s Zane Lowe in Noah “40” Shebib’s studio for a 1-hour interview, which you can listen to after the jump below.
Drizzy spoke on his latest album VIEWS, working with Future, “Jumpman“, the upcoming “Summer Sixteen” tour, recording “Hotline Bling” in London, “Pop Style“, how Kanye West and Jay Z ended up recording a verse for it, working with Rihanna, his family, acting, Skepta, The Weeknd, and more.
Throughout the conversation, Drizzy Drake also revealed he has more songs that didn’t make VIEWS which he will release this summer, not speaking to Nicki Minaj that much anymore, the current beef between Lil Wayne and Birdman, praying that the Young Money vs. Cash Money situation gets worked out and resolved, as well as saying it’s been tough to see!
The official tracklisting for Drake‘s upcoming VIEWS album that will be released in less than 48 hours has been released. The project will include a total of 20 tracks, which is like he told us at the weekend.
Drizzy has added his previously released singles “One Dance” featuring Kyla and Wizkid, “Pop Style” featuring Kanye West and Jay Z, and “Hotline Bling” on VIEWS. 2 songs that also appear on the album are “Controlla” featuring Popcaan and “Faithful” featuring Pimp C.
You can check out the full tracklist for VIEWS after the jump below!
Drake has just released a brand new single called “Pop Style” featuring The Throne aka Jay Z and Kanye West.
This Sevn Thomas-produced song will most-likely appear on Drizzy‘s upcoming Views From The 6 album, due to drop this month.
You can purchase “Pop Style” off iTunes here!
Tye Alexandra and Shanell recently hosted the April 2nd edition of “Real Shit News”, which is “where you get the real shit real quick”.
The ladies mentioned plenty of subjects, such as pegging, Kanye West trying to get a mural of him kissing himself on the side of a building, Whoopi Goldberg launching a marijuana line, the CIA, Donald Trump, Chicago’s crime rate, and plenty more.
You can check out the full news clip with Tye and SnL after the jump below!
TIME have released their second annual “The 30 Most Influential People On The Internet” list, which includes them ranking celebrities by their global impact on social media and their overall ability to drive news.
Drake just made the list by coming #28 out of the #30. You can read why TIME decided to include Drizzy in the list below:
More than perhaps any other artist, Drake understands the power of a meme. Last year, he released a strikingly simple video for “Hotline Bling”-most shots were of him doing goofy dance moves amid a neon backdrop-that all but begged to be parodied. And the Internet obliged, churning out countless GIFs, Vines and spoofs that helped make the song his biggest hit to date. More recently, Drake tapped meme culture to settle a score, using fan-made images to taunt rival Meek Mill during a performance.
The only other rapper on TIME‘s “The 30 Most Influential People On The Internet” list was Kanye West, who actually came #1. Congratulations to Drizzy Drake on making the top 30!