Thursday, 06 June 2013 16:50
Most rappers are faking it 'til they make it. Don't put Drake in that category, though. It looks like the Toronto rapper is going to be waking up in a new Bugatti from now on. He was recently seen in the streets of T.O. driving around in this beautiful black Veyron with burnt orange interior. He joins Lil Wayne and Birdman in the club and in case you are wondering, a Bugatti Veyron costs a cool $2.5 Million. If you're trying to just lease one, that'll cost you about $24,000 a month. In fact, just maintaining your Bugatti would cost you about about $300,000 a year. Sleep on that. Checkout more photos of Drizzy's new ride after the jump. [See More]
Published in Rides
Monday, 20 May 2013 11:22
Many people are eagerly anticipating the return of Ron Burgundy in the upcoming sequel Anchorman 2. The upcoming trailer has recently surfaced as the original cast return to wreak havoc in the world of TV media. With expected cameos from Kanye West and Drake, the short trailer offers little in regards to in-movie scenes but should keep people excited until the latest trailer surfaces. Enjoy.
Sunday, 05 May 2013 16:21
“Started from the Bottom” rapper Drake hit up the Chateau Marmont last night with friends in West Hollywood. The 26-year old entertainer wore an oversized khaki jacket, white Hood by Air tee, white denim jeans, and Air Jordan retro 1 white-cool grey sneakers ($105 USD). What do you think of his look, comment after the jump or tell us on Twitter. [See More]
Published in Fashion
Wednesday, 17 April 2013 00:37
Last week, Drake revealed that two records were coming this week. We got the first one earlier (DJ Khaled’s No New Friends), now here’s the R&B cut, Girls Love Beyoncé, with James Fauntleroy. The slow melodic offering finds the Toronto artist cleverly implementing Destiny Child’s “Say My Name” as singer/songwriter Fauntleroy comes through with a piercing hook. Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib, the song was first performed back at last year’s OVO Fest in Toronto.
Thursday, 11 April 2013 20:26
Remember Drake? Of course you do. Started From the Bottom, which just dropped February 6th, has already sold one million copies as of this week. It is Drake's eighth song to go platinum; his first was 2009's Best I Ever Had. Drake also has four Gold-selling singles.This week, his last album, Take Care, also moved 4,700 copies, pushing it into double-platinum territory. The record has sold 2 million copies since its released in November 2011. Drake's debut LP Thank Me Later stands at around 1.8 million in sales, not quite as successful as its successor. Drake's third studio album — "Started From the Bottom" was its lead single—is entitled Nothing Was the Same. It doesn't have a release date as of yet.
Thursday, 04 April 2013 12:27
During last year’s Let Me Explain tour stop in Toronto, comedian Kevin Hart challenged the hometown hero in Drake to a paintball competition. The always competitive Hart had a team of guys ready to go against Drizzy’s October’s Very Own crew. Little did Kevin know becoming victorious isn’t that easy, neither the entertainer or his team seemed to have prior training. As usual in his Day in the Life vlogs, Kevin Hart takes us through his preparation and eventual loss in the end. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 21:41
For Drake‘s latest visual onslaught, the OVO honcho takes it back to his hometown with his latest single 5AM in Toronto. Produced by Boi-1da, the mellow track finds Drake on an introverted tip, chattering about his come-up, allegations with the press, and the on-going hustle in the rap game. Taking it from the parking-lot to the pop-up party, the visuals follow Drake through the hazy nighttime routine, as he celebrates till the early hours with his entourage and a group of scantily-clad women. “5AM in Toronto” will be featured on Drake’s third studio album Nothing Was The Same, due to drop in the unforeseeable future. Enjoy.
Friday, 22 February 2013 20:36
Borrowing its title from Janet Jackson’s 1993 film and a vocal sample from her hit record “Any Time, Any Place” from the same year, Kendrick Lamar presents the visuals for the Drake-assisted Poetic Justice. The Scoop DeVille-produced track serves as the perfect compliment to a tragedy-filled treatment that seems in line with the narrative Lamar tried to paint for good kid, m.A.A.d city. While the Compton emcee reached out to Janet Jackson herself to be in the video and she seemed game, unfortunately Ms. Jackson doesn’t make an appearance. Enjoy.
Monday, 11 February 2013 00:08
As previously reported. Drake uses Grammy night to debut the video for his popular new single Started From the Bottom. Fresh off just winning “Best Rap Album” during the Grammy pre-show, the Little X-directed visual comes to life filmed in his hometown of Toronto and the Dominican Republic during a recent getaway trip. It’s all about crew love in Drizzy’s new visual, watch above. Enjoy.
Saturday, 02 February 2013 01:54
Drake was originally supposed to drop his new single Started From The Bottom on GRAMMY night, which is next Sunday, February 10th. But in a surprise move, he lets it go tonight. Yup, Drizzy's back. Early. Check out the Mike Zombie-produced single below, and stay tuned for the video, which has already been shot in Toronto and the Dominican Republic, coming soon. Also, read Drake's letter to his fans, via the OVO blog. [Read More]