If you were wondering why everyone was showing off some new dance moves this weekend, it’s because Future’s “Where Ya At” video finally dropped. Future and his crew, including DJ Esco doing some sort of dance move that has yet to be named, join forces with Drake to make a slightly corny, but fitting video for another song off of Future’s album DS2. Drake stares out a window, they wear suits to a nice event and, like I said, there is dancing. If you haven’t already, just watch the video and make sure your freestyle dance moves are on point for the upcoming weekend.
Future in a red hat and Drake in a tux are a couple of the details you can get from this preview of the “Where Ya At” music video. The song comes off of Future’s latest album DS2. Shot during OVO Fest, Future and Drake come together to put visuals to a fire collaboration. This preview is just a taste of what is sure to be a great video. Check it out below.
Dr. Dre’s new album Compton has everyone talking, but not necessarily about the Doctor. Actually, everyone seems more preoccupied with some suspected shade coming from Kendrick Lamar in his features on Dre’s album. The recipient of that shade? None other than Drake.
The lyrics from two songs on the album suggest that Meek Mill isn’t the only one taking some shots at Jimmy.
On “Darkside/Gone” Kendrick raps:
“You scared of my heist now/But still I got enemies giving me energy/I wanna fight now/Subliminals sending me all of this hate/I thought I was holding the mic down”
And on “Deep Water” he raps:
“They liable to bury him/They nominated six to carry him/They worry him to death but he no vegetarian/The beef is on his breath inheritin’ the drama like better than a Great White/Nigga, this is life in my aquarium!”
Lamar’s use of the words energy and the six reference songs on Drake’s If Your Reading This It’s Too Late. Drizzy has yet to drop any diss tracks or even show signs of noticing the shade. We’ll have to wait and see how this beef stews.
Outside of the drama, the album is as lit as expected. You can purchase Compton here and listen for yourself.
Well, we finally got Meek Mill’s retaliation. After a day of silence on Twitter, Meek dropped “Wanna Know”, a four-minute piece that features Quentin Miller– the very man Meek accosted of being Drake’s ghostwriter. In Meek’s usual high energy style, he laid out some bars poking at his reputation. Check out the track below and tell us what you think.
Drake already gave the world his response:
Everybody’s been following the feud between Meek Mill & Drake. It’s been nothing short of entertaining. Just when the joke was starting to get old, though, Drake dropped a bomb of a diss that has re-ignited the flame all over again. His first response in “Charged Up” didn’t have the crowds reeling, but it was a great warm-up to “Back to Back.” There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that Drake wrote all of those lyrics himself.
While Meek had plenty to say after “Charged Up”, he’s been silent on Twitter all day. It may have something to do with Drake calling out his “trigger fingers turn to Twitter fingers.” Check out the freestyle below.
Drake recently released a pretty insane new video for one of the most popular tracks off his latest project, “Energy.” The video shows shots of people from all walks of life, but the most notable shots are of Drake posing as other celebrities. In the video, Drizzy impersonates Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, President Obama, and perhaps most disturbingly, Oprah (with a beard). He also shows up as a doll and as Ben Franklin on the $100 bill. Just like in real life, in this video, Aubrey Graham is everywhere. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself asking, “What did I just watch?” Watch the video below.
Drizzy has had a pretty eventful last few days, including getting kissed by Madonna during their Coachella performance. To add to the events, the OVO superstar has just dropped “My Side” which is to be on his new album as bonus content. The track’s vibes are a perfect example of creative risks that pay off. This song and the popular “How Bout Now” will be bonus tracks on the physical copies of If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, due out April 21st. You can check out the vibey single “My Side” below.
So the rumors were true. Drizzy dropped a new project tonight causing the Internet to become a madhouse (à la Beyonce). If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late features Lil Wayne, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Travi$ Scott with production from Austin’s own Eric Dingus, Boi-1da, WondaGurl and others. At the moment, OVO seems to have removed the songs from their SoundCloud account (people on Twitter are pissed), but if you’re a real G you can purchase the project on iTunes.
Drizzy dusts off his acting boots and gives us short film by Drake. The short film “Jungle” is scored by Drake“s long-time friend and producer Noah “40” Shebib. Not only does this give fans a brilliant visual, it introduces two casino online new tracks by the OVO Rapper. This is a definite treat from the talented actor/rapper, and it”s insightful visual gives a new reason to love Drake. You can watch the short film “Jungle” below.
Jimmy Fallon brought back his famous “Mean Tweets” segment where celebrities read mean tweets about themselves. Hilarity ensues as Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Childish Gambino and more read people’s public, severely negative opinions about their music, their looks, and in Wiz’s case, the way they dress. Watch the hilarious clip below.