According to GQ, Drake has plans to open up a European OVO Flagship Store on 30 Berwick Street in Soho, London, England.
Drizzy already has October’s Very Own shops in New York City, Los Angeles, and Toronto, but this new one in the UK will be the first outside of North America.
The store will sell OVO merchandise and clothing from £32.00 up to £110.00. There is no exact release date for when the shop will open just yet, but the 6 God has already sorted out a lease for the location, so it should be soon!
Nicki Minaj has took to her Twitter page to tease her upcoming “No Frauds” music video featuring Lil Wayne and Drake.
The visual is being directed by Benny Boom and the Young Money Barbie shot her scenes in London, England last month.
You can check out a preview of the “No Frauds” video after the jump below! Who is looking forward to seeing the full version?
Drake will be appearing in season 3 of UK crime drama television series Top Boy after buying rights to the show last year when Channel 4 dropped it.
British rapper and actor Ashley Walters, who plays Dushane on the TV show, revealed to the newspaper Mirror that he met with Drizzy in London recently and is currently working on a role for him to play in Top Boy.
The 6 God has shown love to Top Boy for the past few years on social media (see below), as well as told Zane Lowe in an interview last year: “it’s kind of out there that I’m working on Top Boy, I’d love to go back to acting”. The third season will arrive to Netflix in 2018!
Last week, Drake shared his thoughts about the recent terrorist attack on the Westminster Bridge and Palace Of Westminster in London, UK on March 22nd during a show on his “The Boy Meets World” tour.
While on stage at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, Drizzy did a powerful speech that you can read and watch below:
“Before we came here, it was kind of a weird emotion for all of us, because you know we had just left London, England and as you know the other day some terrible things happened in London, England. And I feel like terrible things keep happening in this world, because there’s truly some people that believe that this world should function based on hate and divide, but you know I’m going to tell you something. One of my favorite feelings in the world was to come from London, to stand in the back and pray… pray about a different emotion, and then to come out here to Scotland and see people from all races, all places, and to show love, and enjoying ourselves, and I wanna thank you for that.”
On March 20th, Drake performed live on the final London stop of his “The Boy Meets World” tour at The O2 Arena in the United Kingdom.
During the show, Drizzy brought out plenty of special guests including Nicki Minaj to perform “Truffle Butter“, “Only“, “Hold Yuh (Remix)” and “Moment 4 Life“, Trey Songz to perform “Successful“, Skepta to perform his “Interlude” off More Life, “Shutdown” and “No Security“, Giggs to perform “Whippin’ Excursion“, and Popcaan to perform “Only Man She Want“.
You can check out some footage of all of this in the clips after the jump below!
Travis Scott is on the front cover of British GQ Style magazine’s new issue and in his cover story, he spoke on falling through the stage at Drake‘s London stop of his “The Boy Meets World” tour last month.
Also in the interview, Travis had some nice words for Drizzy by calling him “an amazing person”, “a magician”, and a “super-talent”:
“I didn’t fall, dude, I flew. I was floating. I don’t fall. Shit, nothing happened. Floating is amazing. It’s like getting in a plane. I just flew, man. I’m a magician, like David Blaine. I could never fall. Drake is an amazing person. Also, a magician. He’s a big brother, super-talent, he’s cool.”
Last night, The Weeknd returned the favor and brought out Drake during his “Starboy: Legend Of The Fall 2017 World Tour” at The O2 Arena in London, England.
After performing “Energy” live, Drizzy let everyone in attendance know how he first heard about Weeknd and revealed Abel‘s House Of Balloons project is in his top 5 albums of all time list:
“I’ll never forget in my life the first night I ever heard this guy right here. It was a rainy night, it was in Toronto, Canada. My boy picked me up, he played me ‘What You Need.’ After that, we met up at the studio and I heard House Of Balloons, which is in my top 5 albums of all time. And since then, my brother has gone on to become the biggest.”
You can check out some footage of all of this in a video after the jump below!