An additional bonus to The Weeknd‘s forthcoming Trilogy album is the long awaited music video for “The Zone.” His collabo with fellow Canadian superstar, Drake, off 2011′s ‘Thursday‘ mixtape. While the full video will be included on the digital release of the project, take a sneak peek of whats to come in the preview above.
Rozay unleashes the official visual for ‘Diced Pineapples’ featuring Wale and Drake. This appeared on God Forgives I Don’t.
Directed by X
Rozay unleashes the official visual for ‘Diced Pineapples’ featuring Wale and Drake.
Directed by DRE Films
I still can’t really believe this…even after the rumors this past week. Blackground has recruited Drake and Noah “40″ Shebib to help bring back Aaliyah with the first record off her rumored posthumous album. It is actually very dope, in typical 40 fashion, the track is subtle, airy and a little eery. Baby Girls vocals sit almost perfectly and the echos are giving me chills. Drake does his thing, and we can only imagine how this is affecting his close to stalker love for the late legend.
Take a listen to “Enough Said” below now!
Up and coming producer JAYBeatz is back with a brand new mash-up for your listening pleasure. Inspired by the sound of JoJo’s impressive new single “Demonstrate,” he mixes in pieces of Drake’s “Take Care” featuring Rihanna and his usual suspect The Weeknd.
Stream and download below… What do you think??
Back in May, Tity Boi released his first single “No Lie“ featuring Drake. The track officially hit gold 2 months later, selling over 500k copies.
— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) July 25, 2012
Based On A T.R.U. Story August 14th.
The official visual for 2 Chainz new single ‘No Lie’ featuring Drake.
Directed by Director X
Based On A T.R.U Story August 14th!
Meek, Drizzy and Jeremih gives us the visual for ‘Amen.’ This appeared on Mill’s Dreamchasers 2 mixtape.
Directed by DRE Films
Montana unleashes the official visual for “Pop That“. The video was shot in Miami.
Excuse My French dropping this year.
Chris Brown was caught by the RumorFix cameras while leaving a club early Wednesday morning, and according to their cameraman, when he was asked if he would accept boxing promoter Damon Feldman’s offer to square off in the ring against Drake, Brown did not hesistate for a moment when he shot back, “Yeah, I would. I would.”
You can not hear his response very well in this clip, but what follows is more entertaining, when Breezy catches his collaborator, YMCMB rapper Tyga in the parking lot and puts on an act as a foolish fan, vying for his autograph. This is the side of Brown most don’t see these days…