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Nesby Phips & Reem – Uptown (Feat Mack Maine & Juvenile) [Music Video]

January 2, 2013 by Danny M

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Check out the official music video for Nesby Phips and Reem‘s “Uptown” track featuring Mack Maine and Juvenile above. The visual, which was directed by BMike and Izzo, was shot at Encore Nightclub on Tulane Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana on September 25th, 2012.

You can download “Uptown” that appeared on Nesby Phips0017th: Hollygrove Ain’t Enough mixtape here and watch some behind the scenes footage from the video shoot here!

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Behind The Scenes Of Nesby Phips, Reem, Mack Maine & Juvenile’s “Uptown” [Video]

October 11, 2012 by Danny M

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In the video above, you can watch some behind the scenes footage from Nesby Phips and Reem‘s “Uptown” video shoot featuring Mack Maine. The video shoot took place two weeks ago at Encore Nightclub on Tulane Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana. BMike is directing the video and it will also include cameos from T. Hilly and Skip.

If you missed when I posted the “Uptown” song back in July, which appears on Nesby and Reem‘s 0017th: Hollygrove Ain’t Enough project, then you can download it here!

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Nesby Phips & Reem – Uptown (Feat Mack Maine & Juvenile)

July 3, 2012 by Danny M

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Nesby Phips & Reem Uptown Feat Mack Maine & Juvenile

Nesby Phips and Reem grab the Young Money President Mack Maine and Juvenile for their new single, “Uptown“, which will appear on their forthcoming 0017th: Hollygrove Ain’t Enough project. You can listen and download this YoungMoneyHQ.com exclusive below!

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Drake Performs “The Motto” & More In The Bay Area [Videos]

March 12, 2012 by Danny M

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Drake performed live in San Jose, California at the Event Center on March 10th for a stop on his “Club Paradise” tour. You can watch some footage of Drizzy performing “The Motto” above and as you can imagine, the crowd went nuts! Hit the jump to watch Drake perform “Lord Knows“, “Underground Kings“, “I’m On One“, “Over“, “Stay Schemin’“, “Miss Me“, “She Will“, “Crew Love“, “Forever“, “Cameras“, “Good Ones Go“, “Uptown“, “Free Spirit“, “Up All Night“, “Shot For Me“, “Take Care“, “Headlines“, “Marvin’s Room“, “We’ll Be Fine“, “Practice“, “Make Me Proud“, “Look What You’ve Done“, and “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right)“.

The next stop on Drizzy Drake‘s “Club Paradise” tour will be at the O2 Arena in Dublin, Ireland on March 24th.

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Videos: Drake Performs “She Will”, “Stay Schemin'” & More In Gainesville

February 18, 2012 by Danny M

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The day after performing in Miami, Florida, Drake performed at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center in Gainesville for the second stop on his “Club Paradise” tour. In the video above, you can watch some footage of Drizzy performing “Crew Love” and after the jump, he performs “She Will“, “The Zone“, “Make Me Proud“, “Cameras“, “Uptown” “Stay Schemin’“, “Miss Me“, “Marvin’s Room“, “I’m On One“, “Take Care“, “We’ll Be Fine“, “Practice“, “Shot For Me” and “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right)“. Tonight, Drizzy Drake will be performing at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio.

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Drake At Atlanta’s BMI Show Case Event [Pictures & Videos]

April 23, 2010 by Danny M

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Earlier we posted pictures of Young Mula’s Shanell and Lil Chuckee at Atlanta’s BMI Show Case Event, and now we have some videos and pics of Drizzy Drake from the same event. Drake performs his “Free Weezy” track in the video above, and then “Uptown“, “Successful“, and “Money To Blow” with Birdman. In the video below, he performs “Fireworks“, and you can view plenty of pictures of Drizzy after the jump below.

What do you all think of Drake‘s “Free Weezy” song ❓ We should be getting the full version sometime soon.

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Drake Says So Far Gone Honor ‘Means The World To Me’

January 13, 2010 by Danny M

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“So Far Gone being named the Mixtape of the Year means a lot to me,” Drake said in Toronto. “It was a risk we all took as a team to put out a mixtape that I’m exploring so many different genres of music — from the Santigolds to the Lykke Lis to Peter Bjorn and Johns, to even myself going from rapping to doing records that sound like old Jodeci songs. It was a mix of all the things that make up my character, and for people to embrace it the way they did and for MTV to name it the top mixtape of 2009 means the world to me.”

For the first time ever, Drake goes in-depth about some of his and everyone else’s favorite tracks on the tape.

Joints He Checked For

» “Uptown” (featuring Lil Wayne and Bun B). “It was one of the later records,” Drake explained. “That was when I felt like the mixtape was moving a little too slow and it needed some energy. It gave me another chance to really just rap. I love to rap and say witty, clever things that people can say in the club. I like to give people that opportunity. When I heard the beat, I came up with this saying, ‘It’s OK, it’s OK, it’s OK.’ And at the time I wasn’t home, so I was like, ‘You can run and tell my city I’m on.’ It became this chant. Initially that wasn’t even the hook. Wayne had the hook that was part of his verse. That’s why it’s called ‘Uptown.’ He was like, ‘I’m so uptown.’ Then we took that out and made the hook [heard on the mixtape]. Bun getting on there was exciting. Produced by Boi-1da — I thought it was the one. That record means a lot for me.”

» “Unstoppable” (featuring Lil Wayne and Santigold). “Me and Oliver were into the Santigold record. ‘Starstruck’ was one of my favorite records. And ‘Unstoppable,’ the beat, it needed to be rapped on by somebody. I always try to do something with Wayne. Everyone has heard Wayne spit, but when Wayne’s put in an awkward situation, he goes off and shines in that atmosphere. So I had given him the beat, and at first he probably heard it and was like, ‘This is weird.’ A month later, I got this verse in my e-mail back. I did my verse and we found a way to edit it together — 40 did his surgery. It became a record that moved. On the So Far Gone Tour it was my favorite record to perform.

» “A Night Off” (featuring Lloyd). ” ‘A Night Off’ is my favorite song on the mixtape. It came from just … the song right before it is ‘Ignant Sh–‘ with Wayne. It was such an exhausting song, rap-wise. We rapped for so long, it was so much to digest. I was like, ‘Man, after you hear that song, it would be so ill to just go into a slow jam.’ At the time it was some girl probably had hit me up like, ‘You never have any time. All I need is for you to take a night off.’ I saw that written on my phone. I was like, ‘A night off. That’s a crazy concept.’ Especially for anybody that works. You could be doing [any job] — to take a night off for somebody means the world. It was sexy and it made women feel special. That’s what I like to do. Lloyd with his higher voice showcased two types of tones. I love that song and girls really like it, which is the best thing in the world.”

» “Bria’s Interlude” (featuring Omarion). “I was smitten over this girl from L.A. and I started writing a song about her. A lot of the R&B [I do] is really based off women that come into my life and inspire me to speak to them in song and say what I never would expose on just a talking level.”

Shouts to MTV

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