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Drake’s Dad On Raising Drake In The Hood In Memphis
Drake’s Dad On Raising Drake In The Hood In Memphis
Drake's video for "Worst Behaviour," a cut from his latest album, Nothing Was The Same, did more than just provide a cool video showcasing his Memphis roots. It was most fans' first formal introduction to his father. Fans heard Drake's father's voice on some of his records (such as "Successful") and have seen him on TMZ, but have never really been formally introduced... Read Mo
Drake Records A Song With His Dad
Drake Records A Song With His Dad
Drake has stated in the past that he's "living his dad's dream." Now he's letting his dad live it himself. According to an interview with Drake's pops, Dennis Graham, the two have recorded a new song together. Drake told XXL last summer that Graham would be featured on a bonus cut on his now-platinum Nothing Was The Same, called "Heat of The Moment," but the track was never rel
The Rise Of Drake: What’s The Secret To His Success?
The Rise Of Drake: What’s The Secret To His Success?
"Don't think about it too much," sings Sampha on the crestfallen hook of "Too Much," one of the many highlights on Drake's Nothing Was The Same, and though it's a nice sentiment, it's not exactly easy to do when it comes to Drake. Few artists have inspired as much hand-wringing, head-scratching and face-palming as the ascendant Canadian rapper and XXL cover star...
Hit-Boy Is Trying To Recreate Quality Vibes With His HS87 Imprint, Audio Push Project
Hit-Boy Is Trying To Recreate Quality Vibes With His HS87 Imprint, Audio Push Project
Today, Drake officially drops his highly anticipated third studio album, Nothing Was The Same, in stores nationwide. NWTS leaked onto the Internet last week, allowing fans to get an early listen of the project; however, a few days later, Drizzy hinted at some additional songs that he's itching to drop...
Drake’s ‘Nothing Was The Same’ By The Numbers
Drake’s ‘Nothing Was The Same’ By The Numbers
Numbers are important to Drake: times, area codes and dollar amounts fill his music with about as much frequency as shout-outs to his hometown of Toronto. On his lush, ambitious new album Nothing Was The Same, Drake is taking us back to zero, dialing back some of the excesses of his first two albums and attempting to craft a record that cuts to the core of who Aubrey Graham really is...

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