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Drake Announces 6th Annual OVO Fest In Toronto, Reveals Lineup

March 17, 2015 by Danny M


Drake Announces 6th Annual OVO Fest In Toronto, Reveals Lineup

Drake has announced and revealed the lineup for his 6th annual OVO Fest, which will take place over three days at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto, Canada in August.

On August 1st, Kevin Hart will headline day one of the festival and on August 2nd, J. Cole will bring his “Forest Hills Drive” tour to Ontario for day two that will also include performances from Big Sean, YG, Jeremih, Bas, Cozz, and Omen.

For the final day of the music festival on August 3rd, Drizzy will headline and bring out plenty of special guests during his set like he does every year. You will be able to purchase tickets for the 2015 OVO Fest this Friday (March 20th) from Live Nation!

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Omen – Black Hero Overture (Feat Jae Millz & Smoke DZA)

May 19, 2012 by Danny M

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Omen Black Hero Overture Feat Jae Millz & Smoke DZA

Omen released a new track yesterday called “Black Hero Overture” featuring Jae Millz and Smoke DZA. This song will appear on his forthcoming Black Hero Theme Musik mixtape dropping on June 18th. The record, which you can listen and download below, was also produced by Omen and Audio BLK.


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Drake Says “Over” Video Takes The Song To Another Place x Producer Speaks On “Shut It Down”

April 8, 2010 by Danny M


According to Drake, his video for “Over” should be out very soon and the clip shows a choice he had to make in real life.

“It captures … it takes the song to another place,” he told MTV News in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, during the opening night of his Away From Home Tour. “It offers up a whole different look for the song. The song — to a lot of people — is ignorant, it’s club. This video is what I was really thinking about. The song is like a bad dream — but it’s not a bad dream, it’s not a terrible dream. It’s a little evil. The video really reflects that. It’s a struggle between the purities of my past life and what this new life has to offer. Even in the video, you see me looking back and forth between the two and deciding. At the end of the video I don’t necessarily make a decision, but when you get the album, you’ll see what choice I make.”

Over” is early in the Thank Me Later track list, and is part of a story that’s told through the album.

“Initially it was a warm-up record,” he added of ‘Over‘. “I love the song. I love the message in the song. It’s funny, because ‘Over‘ is the fourth song on the album and it’s the turning point in the album. It’s like, you get three songs of me sort of trying to paint the picture of what the last year has been like for me — trying to fill you in, almost let you into my world as much as I can. ‘Over‘ is that moment where you’re almost worried on the album. ‘Is this kid about to … ? What’s happening? Is he changing?’ I wanted that to come out first. I wanted people to be a little nervous. This whole journey could have changed me drastically. Fortunately I’m able to step out of my shoes and reflect on it and give you some great music. ‘Over‘ is a great alter-ego moment. It’s the dark side of things and I really wanted that to come out first.”

Via MTV, and hit the jump to read what the producer of “Shut It Down“, Omen says about the song:


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Drake Readies ‘Prince-Like’ First Single “Shut It Down” With The-Dream

September 26, 2009 by Danny M


Drake Readies Prince-Like First Single Shut It Down With The-Dream

So we have the news on Drake’s upcoming first single which will be called “Shut It Down” and will feature vocals by The-Dream. No, Dream and Tricky are not behind the production of the song though. It belongs to Harlem based producer Omen.

The idea for the track, which Omen describes as a “Prince-like, powerful song,” is about “empowering females. Drake said he had a song idea called “Shut It Down” aimed at club-going females.

When they go out and they get dressed up and put their makeup on and get their hair done, they have the capacity to shut the club down,” says Omen.

The video will be directed by Hype Williams. Drake’s debut album Thank Me Later is currently scheduled for a February 2010 release.

More info is available at Billboard

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