Drake will have double duty when he steps on stage for "Saturday Night Live (SNL)" in January. According to NBC, the "No New Friends" rapper will be hosting and performing.
For his much-anticipated music video, "Worst Behavior," Drake heads to Memphis, TN to showcase some musical royalty while getting the hood involved with appearances from Juicy J, Turk, and more.
Drake's "Would You Like a Tour?" will head overseas following the North American leg, which wraps December 18
If you attend one of Drakeâs show dates for his 'Would you like a tour?' U.S. trek and like one of his outfits then you may need to head to a Calvin Klein retailer.
Regardless of whether they would've liked one or not, Philly "Would You Like A Tour?" attendees didn't get their show last night.
Either Drake didn't want to deal with a $1.5 million lawsuit from Future or the two settled their differences like men -- all we know is Future is back on his "Would You Like a Tour?"? trek.
Rick Ross brings his MMG flare to the newly released "Hold On, We're Going Home" (Remix).
Despite it leaking prior to its release, Drakeâs third studio effort âNothing Was the Sameâ debuted at No. 1 on Billboardâs Hot 200 chart, selling 658,000 in its first week.
Drake is making Jay Z moves by linking up with the Toronto Raptors as their global ambassador. The "Started From The Bottom" rapper is now an executive for his home team and seems excited about the opportunity.
Fresh off hits like "Started From The Bottom," Drake is projected to have next week's highest charting debut on the coveted Billboard 200 album chart.