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Drake & 40 Talk To Nardwuar About Lil Wayne, Biggie, Dr. Dre, Bun B, Shaq, Vybz Kartel & More [Video]

May 9, 2016 by Danny M

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Drake & 40 Talk To Nardwuar About Lil Wayne, Biggie, Dr. Dre, Bun B, Shaq, Vybz Kartel & More

Nardwuar recently caught up with Drake and Noah “40” Shebib in a studio in Toronto, Canada for a 1-hour long interview, which you can check out after the jump below.

Drizzy spoke on The Notorious B.I.G., the “Hotline Bling” sample, Vybz Kartel, almost getting arrested with Mavado in Jamaica, Mac Dre, working with Dr. Dre before Lil Wayne, “Back To Back“, Kardinal Offishall, appearing on “Degrassi”, Bow Wow, why he doesn’t kiss fans anymore, Kobe Bryant, the most he has ever spent at a strip club, Shaquille O’Neal, people thinking he was Wayne’s assistant back in the day, Bun B, Wayne’s birthday party in 2007, Steph Curry playing basketball at his house, the CN Tower in the 6, how he convinced Wayne to talk to Nardwuar, and plenty more.

The Human Serviette also brought lots of rare gifts for Drizzy Drake and 40 including a video message from Timmy Thomas!


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Videos: Drake Performs & Brings Out Guests At OVO Festival

August 2, 2010 by Danny M


Damnnn, I wish I was in Toronto, Canada last night (August 1st) for this Drake October’s Very Own Festival cause it looked an amazing show. Drizzy performed live for the crowd and brought out Eminem, Jay-Z, Bun B, Rick Ross, Fabolous, Kardinal Offishall, Mack Maine and Young Jeezy. Some of the songs they performed were: “Forever“, “Unforgettable“, “Throw It In The Bag Remix“, “9AM In Dallas“, “Up All Night“, “Fireworks” and “Money To Blow“. You can watch Drake and Eminem perform “Forever” above and watch the other performances after the jump below:


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Various Artists – Wavin’ Flag (Young Artists For Haiti)

March 13, 2010 by Danny M


Drake lends his voice to a charity single to raise relief for Haiti, along with fellow Canadian artists Justin Bieber, Avril Lavigne, Fefe Dobson, Kardinal Offishall, Nelly Furtado, and more. The song is a remake of K’naan’s inspirational anthem “Wavin’ Flag”.

“Drake absolutely floored me with his intelligence, his funky-ness, his sensitivity, and his brilliant approach to language,” said the track’s producer Bob Ezrin.

Spotted at Rap-Up

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