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Just like the album, and the song, the concept of the video is extremely creative. The message of the song is to be careful on who you give your love to. ‘Poetic Justice’ is off of Kendrick Lamar’s critically acclaimed album, ‘Good Kid, M.a.a.d City.’
Drake brought in 2013 in one of the best cities on the planet…MIAMI! And he brought some of the biggest names in Hip Hop to perform alongside him at a lavish poolside party at Miami Beach’s Fountainbleu Hilton hotel. Some of the hard-hitting performances included; – Busta Rhymes – “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” – Drake – “Us (Remix)” and “Fu**kin’ Problems” – French Montana – “Pop That” and – T.I. – “Ball” and “What You Know”. Check out the VIDEOS of performances.
Backed by heavy Noah “40″ Shebib production, the A$AP Mob leader goes in alongside Drake, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar.
Drake has always expressed how big a fan he is of Aaliyah’s, and now he will be executive producing a new Aaliyah album. It’s not confirmed yet whether the album will include Aaliyah’s unreleased material or just remixes of her already published material. If the first single, ‘Enough Said’ (produced by Noah “40″ Shebib) is any indication, then Aaliyah’s next album is going to be excellent. The artwork of “Enough Said,” according to MissInfo.tv and Billboard, has the logo of both Drake’s ‘October Very Own’ entity and Blackground Records who’s first signee was Aaliyah and reportedly still represent her past and posthumous work. Regarding this new album, Timbaland states, …
‘Amen’ is off of Meek Mill’s debut album “Dreams and Nightmares” dropping August 28th! The song is Meek’s way of showing gratitude for all the things that come with being famous rapper. Meek is cool, but I’m not too excited about the song. I like the gospel-like instrumentals but the lyrics are a little too graphic for the soft sounding beat. And I’m very protective over the word ‘Chuuuch’… meaning that I don’t feel it should be used by most people (all the real Players know what I mean by that statement). Nevertheless, everyone else is feelin’ this song. So if you like it, I love it. Check out the video within this blog post.
This is how the story started….A bunch of rappers were partying at a plush nightclub in Manhattan called “WIP”. Chris Brown spotted Drake at a VIP table nearby with his entourage. Chris Brown sent a complimentary bottle of champagne to Drake’s table. Drake sent that bottle back with a note that read, “I’m f*ckng the love of your life [Rihanna], deal with it.”…Allegedly. Chris Brown took Drake’s message to heart, and went over to confront him. Drake got mad and punched Chris Brown in the face. Then someone smashed Chris Brown’s face with a bottle before he had a chance to retaliate. Blood went gushing everywhere. Allegedly. See photos and videos in this blog post…
“Do not spread false reports..Do not help a wicked man by being a malicious witness.” Exodus 23:1 — Pusha T is swinging hard at Lil Wayne and Drake. A lot of music fans are saying that Pusha T’s latest video Exodus 23:1 is one of the sickest diss videos ever..he kills it. Digital cinema verite at its finest with images that stick to its hardcore Hip Hop roots. Could Pusha T be Hip Hop’s savior? Lil Wayne returned shots, but nothing hardcore enough to mention. Even when Pusha T was with The Clipse, they have always been about that life, kicking out music that represents the founding principles of rap. I have to give it to Kanye West on this one, he did a GOOD thing by signing Pusha T to GOOD Music. This post also includes a video of an earlier Pusha T interview in which he addresses his beef with Drake.
DRAKE ft. Lil Wayne – “HYFR” (Official Video) ..Scenes from Drake’s bar mitzvah.
DRAKE ft. RIHANNA – “Take Care” (VIDEO)…Can you explain the imagery?
Drake “THE MOTTO” live @ SJSU 3/10/2012 BAY AREA