Drizzy season is upon us…Ever since last year’s single “Hotline Bling,” Drake has been working on new tunes, and not on Friday (April 29th), his album Views will be delivered to the world (formerly thought to be titled Views from the 6).
In this episode, Elmo Lovano sits down for a drink with guitarist Adrian "X" Eccleston to talk about how he got the gig to play with the live bands of Drake, The Weeknd, and more. He also served as musical director for said artists.
But just as you thought the fun was over, the scenes switches and the song begins again, this time it’s just RiRi and Drake by themselves as she gives him the pink light special.
he teaser shows that video is set in a basement party full of sweaty twerkers and dancehall grinders while Riri gets up close and personal on her song-mate, Drake. This video may spark dating rumors again!
After much waiting, we finally have some movement! Upon listening, the song goes back to her island roots with the dancehall feel...
Via Apple Music, the Director X-directed video features Drizzyâs âhotlineâ being worked by a bunch of pink-clad beauties and the not-so-fancy footwork of the Canadian rapper...
Back in May, an unfinished version of this collab between Drake and Beyonce surfaced on the net, and well, not much is has changed...
For the first time since Meek Mill called Drake out about using ghostwriters, Drizzy is now addressing the allegations.
This week is all about the beef between Drake and Meek Mill, which ignited after the Philly rapper outed the Toronto emcee over ghostwriting claims.
A snippet of a song called âCan Iâ by Drake featuring Queen Bey has been floating around the ânet for a few weeks now, and now we have a leak of the entire songâ¦well, sort of.