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Drake Performs On “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest” [Videos & Pics]

January 1, 2011 by Danny M

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Last night (December 31), Drake performed on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest” at Center Staging in Burbank, California. You can check out Drizzy performing “Fancy” in the video above were he also raps a brand new verse, and after the jump you can watch Drake perform “Show Me A Good Time“, and view some photos from the evening.

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Videos: Drake Performs At Kodak Show In NYC X BTS Of “Aston Martin Music” Shoot

October 7, 2010 by Danny M

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Drizzy Drake performed at Kodak’s campaign show in New York City on October 5th, and you can check out parts of his performance in the video above. Drake performs “9AM In Dallas“, “Up All Night“, “Show Me A Good Time“, “Say Something“, “Miss Me“, “Fancy“, and “Right Above It” in honor of Lil Wayne. Props to RTNY!

After the jump, you can watch some behind the scenes footage from Rick RossAston Martin Music” music video with Drake, Birdman and DJ Khaled all on set.

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Video: Drake Performs “Show Me A Good Time” On David Letterman

October 2, 2010 by Danny M

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Drake performed his next single from Thank Me Later, “Show Me A Good Time“, last night on David Letterman’s Late Show. Drizzy ends the performance by drinking a shot and toasting to Lil Wayne for his birthday.

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Drake’s Fifth Single From Thank Me Later Will Be “Show Me A Good Time”

August 31, 2010 by Danny M

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Drakes Fifth Single Will Be Show Me A Good Time

Although a critically-acclaimed debut effort, survey said no. But Young Money CEO, Cortez Bryant—greatly responsible for molding Lil Wayne into a mega rapper-eating star— knows exactly what his winning artist was missing to reach Weezy numbers. “The first week was great but Drake still need that big smash pop hit like we had with Wayne’s ‘Lollipop.'” he says. “Wayne got his million because he had that urban side and he crossed over to that pop demographic. I believe Drake would’ve got those million sales if we would’ve had that pop record.”

So if “Over” was an appetite soother, “Find Your Love” an emo stunna and “Miss Me” a hip-hop head’s favorite, where does that leave Drake’s 4th upcoming single “Fancy?” ‘I don’t think ‘Fancy’ is that pop record either,” reveals Cortez. “It’ll go so far, but when we drop ‘Show Me A Good Time’ in September— that has the potential to be that big record.”

As far as Drake’s success beyond music for, Cortez hopes his Toronoto front runner can multiply his triumphs through film opps. “We wanna start entertaining these movie offers. Drake is looking to come out with the role no one else expects. He’s not gonna be the teen heartthrob or the college kid. He wants roles where he can show his acting skills. Like a sci-fi or action picture.” – VIBE

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Videos: Drake Performs Live At The 2010 Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest

July 18, 2010 by Danny M

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Two nights ago, Drake performed live at the 2010 Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest in Canada, which is part of his Away From Home tour. Drizzy performs “9AM In Dallas“, “Forever” and “Unstoppable” in the video above, and after the jump he performs “Show Me A Good Time“, “Money To Blow“, “Lose My Mind Remix“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “Fancy“, “Find Your Love“, “Paris Morton Music“, “Best I Ever Had“, “Free Weezy Freestyle” and “Over“.

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Drake Reveals Songwriting Process In “Better Than Good Enough” Documentary

June 22, 2010 by Danny M

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In this clip from the upcoming doc, Drizzy bops to the track Kanye West produced for “Show Me a Good Time” and then picks up a Blackberry and starts punching out some rhymes.

“All Drake‘s raps for eternity have been written inside of a Blackberry,” producer and engineer Noah “40” Shebib says in the clip. “I mean, to the point where if he doesn’t have a Blackberry, we gotta go get somebody who’s got one. I’ve had dummy Blackberrys around that I just pull out for him to write on, like if he needs one … that don’t actually even work!”

In the clip, Drake cops to his need for a Blackberry when working on his lyrics. “I can’t write my raps on paper,” Drake says. “The Blackberry keys — my thumbs were made for touching them.” The clip wraps up with Drizzy in the booth recording and referencing his lyrics on his trusty smartphone.

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