Showing All "Drake" Posts

As far as I know, Drake has never murdered anyone (although, "you never know"). And contrary to that outdated yet stubbornly resilient rapper stereotype, he's never been involved with selling drugs.…   Read Story »
It's not on this week's list, but this might be a good place to acknowledge director Hannah Lux Davis's video for the willfully ridiculous Mike Will Made It/Miley Cyrus/Wiz Khalifa/Juicy J single…   Read Story »
Immersing yourself in Drake's catalog is more than a little like jumping into bed with the guy for one of those torrid affairs he likes to emote about in the endless tear-stained diary that is his…   Read Story »
"Hold On, We're Going Home," the big hit from Drake's new album Nothing Was The Same, is a soft, sensitive new-wave love-ballad. So naturally, the video should culminate in a massive shipping-yard…   Read Story »
We've been anticipating Drake's Nothing Was The Same since a teaser appeared back in June. Today Aubrey Graham's third studio album finally arrives in stores, and you can stream it below via Spotify.…   Read Story »
Nothing Was The Same is officially out today, and last night, Drake made a return appearance on Chelsea Lately. He sauntered on stage in a much-coveted "Nothing Was The Same" sweatshirt, sort-of…   Read Story »
Last night, Justin Timberlake headlined the second night of iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. As promised during an interview with Ryan Seacrest earlier this week, Timberlake premiered some…   Read Story »
Drake appeared on the The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday afternoon for an interview and to perform "Hold On, We're Going Home" from his upcoming LP Nothing Was The Same. If you've already taken a…   Read Story »
Drake's very good new album Nothing Was The Same is out next week, and he's celebrating its impending arrival by giving away free shit to people who will then advertise the album on their persons.…   Read Story »
Drake changed rap. He reshaped the landscape and forever altered the things that we expect from big rap stars. Before Drake, sensitive souls like Andre 3000 and Kanye West made a point of showing…   Read Story »