As we inch closer to the kick-off of Drake’s much-anticipated Club Paradise tour, the YM emcee enlists the services of some random, voluptuous female to remind you in only a way a woman could. Just trust us when we urge you to press play above in order to check out the lady’s lovely assets. Oh — and Drake does walk in at the end — if you cared. February 14 marks the initial show date in Miami, FL. Enjoy.
Another shot of behind the scene footage of Waka Flocka’s “Round Of Applause”, featuring Drizzy Drake. Triple F Life: Friends, Fans and Family. coming soon.
So as we know…the talk of the town, and over the past few weeks or so, has been the back and forth jabs Drake and Common have been darted each other’s way, which subsequently originated when Com appeared to have thrown the first array of subliminal heat towards Aubrey on “Sweet.” However, when asked if the song was aimed at anyone in particular throughout promo interviews for his album “The Dreamer, The Believer,” he strongly denied that any of these lines were for you know who. In the events that later followed, such as Drake taking offense at Power 106′s Cali Christmas, and Lonnie later claiming Drizzy was in fact his target, the ball was in the Young Money rapper’s court, in which he had some words for Com on Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin”. The tables turned, maybe for the bad, when Lonnie replied with a less than stellar rebuttal on the remix…filled with that infamous “Canada Dry” punch line. In a recent sit-down with Rolling Stone, Common stated he would possibly take to the booth if he needed to again, in case of a reply from Drake, but Nation of Nahright caught up with him while on set of “The Zone,” to ask him if we should expect another record about Com, and to discuss the Vanessa Bryant “150 M’s…wasn’t with me shooting in the gym” line on “Stay Schemin’”. Hit the jump for a look at the full interview:
Drake speaks on his (what sounds like) wonderful trip to Africa. Despite being across the water, the fans over there wanted to hear new material from Take Care and not just his hits. I guess October’s Very Own can say that they are world-renowned.
Well — the tape’s out (see below), and just as Ross tweeted, a video feature is now here as well. Prepped as one of the most-anticipated tracks from the project, the Miami connect chose to let loose the visuals to “Stay Schemin” first. Check it above, and be sure to download Rich Forever (again, below) if you have yet to do so.
Quite possibly every girl’s dream — Drake recently joined one lucky female on stage, as she threw down on a little karaoke at a local restaurant in Los Angeles. When Dee chose to perform Drizzy and Rihanna’s collaborative hit “What’s My Name,” Drake immediately came to her side, as he then went through his lines of the song. See above to witness the undoubtedly surreal moment for the privileged fan.
Drake finally releases his second music video off the Take Care album, which went Platinum according to the RIAA. So with no further adieu, here is October’s very own at his finest in “The Motto”.
It’s no secret that Drake and Justin Bieber dig each others work. But in taking things a step further, while Drizzy was performing recently at the House Full of Toys benefit concert in Los Angeles, he disclosed to fans that he and the Biebs will be hitting the studio together in January. JB has already worked with such hip-hop heavyweights as Kanye and Raekwon, and we have no doubts that the Bieber/Drake collab will be something special. See footage of the Young Money emcee’s announcement above.