Drake Announces ‘More Life’ Project + Drops 4 New Tracks


Over the weekend Drake hosted a special edition of OVO Sound Radio for his birthday. He announced that he’s working on a new project, More Life, that will bless our ears by the end of the year.

“I’m off mixtapes, I want to do a playlist. I want to give you a collection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life, so this More Life: The Playlist, like I said, dropping in December. All original music from me. You might hear some tunes from the family on there.” 

Drake also dropped four new songs, which you can stream below:

Drake – “Fake Love”
Drake – “Sneakin” (feat. 21 Savage)
Drake – “Wana Know” (feat. Dave) [Remix]
Drake – “Two Birds One Stone”

New music from Popcaan, Roy Woods, P Reign, and more debuted as well. You can stream the full Episode 32 of OVO Sound Radio here.

More Life 🌺 new project dropping in DECEMBER

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Woke up with a new to do list. 📃

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JMBLYA Presents: Jazz Cartier


Jazz Cartier, also known as Jacuzzi La Fleur, is an artist from Toronto that is soon to become one of your favorite poets. Listening to Jazz Cartier is a journey with him as he explores love, lost, solitude, frustrations and other built up emotions.

Jazz Cartier is the stage name of Jaye Adams, and though he is a native of Toronto, he has lived in the United States, Barbados and Kuwait. He credits the different music styles he was exposed to in these locations as all having an influence on his own style as a hip-hop artist. After being accepted into an art program at Columbia College in Chicago, Cartier went against his mother’s wishes and moved back to Toronto to work on music instead. Back in Toronto, Cartier began working with longtime friend and producer Lantz.  

His track “Switch” was regularly played at Toronto Raptors games by team DJ 4Korners and at a Toronto Red Bull Sound Select show in March 2015 he was introduced by celebrity rapper Kardinal Offishall. But it wasn’t until releasing his mixtape Marauding in Paradise in April 2015 that he caught the media’s attention.

Cartier tells Billboard “I’ve been doing this since I was 14. I’ve been practicing in front of the mirror years before my first show. I still practice in front of the mirror. I still get nervous. I’m still a kid on the inside. Like when I hit that stage, that’s what I worked for. All those nights where I was stressing out about shit not happening, I don’t think about that now because look at where we’re at.”

Recently Cartier dropped his project Hotel Paranoia. Singles “Stick and Move” and “Tales” premiered on Drake’s Beats 1 Radio Show, OVO Sound.  With so many different artists emerging out of Toronto, Cartier is remarkably different. Go check out his music before you catch him perform live at this year’s JMBLYA. 

Get your tickets here.

PartyNextDoor – Come and See Me (Feat. Drake)


The OVO camp is buzzing absolutely everywhere right now. Drake and his OVO sound team surprised the lucky fans at SXSW this past week, but wait there’s more! PartyNextDoor also unveiled his new collaboration with Drizzy himself. This new track “Come and See Me” features the signature ambient production from Noah “40”. The simple beat gives both PartyNextDoor and Drake room to freely flow. OVO is the only team that always kills it even on the most simplest of drum patterns, so of course this song is gonna be a hit. We are all still waiting for more information on Drake’s Views From The 6. You can listen to “Come and See Me” below.