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!
Shanell recently sat down with Young Jack Thriller from ThisIs50 for another one on one interview about her 88 Keyz collaboration project with producer Zaytoven.
The Young Money Princess also spoke on her “I Can Be Your Stripper” single, the movie Finesse, her biggest misconception, rumors of being pregnant with one of Lil Wayne‘s babies, “Hugs & Kisses” with Bankroll Fresh, owning sexuality, and more.
You can check out their full conversation in a video after the jump below!
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!
After finding out Nicki Minaj appears on this year’s “The 100 Most Influential People” list by TIME and will also perform at their TIME 100 gala, we can now see Nicki on the front cover of TIME magazine’s annual issue (above).
The issue will be available in the first week of May. If you missed what Lil Wayne said about his Young Money artist making the list, click here to read his letter!
Nicki Minaj has appeared on TIME‘s list of “The 100 Most Influential People“, which was released earlier this morning. Her Young Money boss Lil Wayne wrote the entry for her selection of the list and you can read that over on LilWayneHQ here.
The Barbie also sat down with TIME for an interview about how she always wanted to be her own boss and mogul, to never depend on a man, advising women to never feel unapologetic about asking for more money, her business, how working with Beyonce influences young women, and more.
You can watch Nicki‘s conversation with TIME after the jump below!
The 3rd annual iHeartRadio Music Awards took place live at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Sunday (April 3rd).
Even though he was not in attendance to pick up his awards, Drake did win 2 awards out of his 5 nominations on the evening in the categories “Hip-Hop Artist Of The Year” and “Hip-Hop Song Of The Year” for “Hotline Bling“. Congratulations to Drizzy!
Unfortunately, Nicki Minaj didn’t win any of the 3 awards that she was nominated for at the awards show!
The 31st annual International Dance Music Awards took place during the 2016 Winter Music Conference right before the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida on March 18th.
Nicki Minaj won an award in the category “Best Rap/Hip Hop/Trap Dance Track” with David Guetta, Bebe Rexha, and Afrojack for their “Hey Mama” collaboration.
Unfortunately, Drake and Lil Wayne didn’t win any of the awards they were nominated for at the yearly electronic music conference. Congratulations to the Barbie!