When kids dress up for Halloween they usually don costumes of their favorite cartoon characters. But these cool kiddies took it to the next level and dressed up like their favorite rappers and singers.
The Drake and Meek Mill feud is far from over at least from a fan’s perspective. Since Drizzy turned 29 years old today (Oct. 24), his fans are trolling Mill’s Instagram page with birthday wishes to the Toronto rap star.
If you haven’t noticed by now, Drake’s ubiquitous chart-topper “Hotline Bling” bears resemblance to D.R.A.M.’s hit “Cha Cha.” The Virginia rhymer recently blasted Drizzy for jacking his beat. But Drake doesn’t see it that way.
Drake stays winning. After delivering his collaborative mixtape with Future and making waves on the Billboard Hot 100, he’s still not done with dropping hits. On Saturday (Oct. 3), during the OVO Sound Radio show on Beats 1, Drizzy’s manager Oliver El-Khatib unveiled “Can I,…
Drake was clearly the victor in his rap battle against Meek Mill but he's not done throwing more shots at the Philly rhymer. Drizzy threw another zinger at Meek while performing at the Landmark Festival in Washington, D.C., over the weekend.
Grab your cough syrup and kleenex. The collaborative project between Drake and Future titled 'What a Time to Be Alive' is available for streaming on Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio, causing OVO fans and the Future Hive to rejoice.
It looks like a Drake and Future collaborative project will arrive sooner than later. The OVO leader shared with his fans the cover art and release date for the mixtape/album on his Instagram page today (Sept. 19).