Drake - "Worst Behaviour" (Prod. DJ Dahi) | Music Video

After giving fans a preview at the New Orleans stop of his Would You Like A Tour? concert dates, Drake today unveils the full official video for his DJ Dahi produced Nothing Was The Same highlight, "Worst Behaviour".Read more

Drake previews "Worst Behaviour" music video in New Orleans [Video]

While performing in New Orleans over the weekend [9 November] as part of his Would You Like A Tour? tour, Drake treated fans to the very first viewing of his official video for his DJ Dahi produced single "Worst Behaviour".Read more

Sampha - "Too Much" | New Music

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Sounds familiar right? Correct. Sampha's new release see's him take back his stellar feature off Drake's "Too Much" for a hauntingly beautiful solo rendition.

Originally sampled from the 24-year-old Londoner’s demo version, "Too Much" garnered much praise as being one of the standout tracks from Nothing Was The Same and as recent collaboration as well as the release of Dual still resonates through many speakers, Sampha looks to add more product to his already celestial portfolio.

"Too Much" will feature along with another brand new track on Sampha's new AA-side single Too Much/Happens that's set for a November 12th drop but if you like what you hear, make sure to check out his unbelievable debut EP Dual.



James Blake remixes Drake's "Come Thru" | New Music

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This one definitely came out of the blue. Following the announcement of a UK Drake tour featuring The Weeknd as a support act earlier today, acclaimed British singer-songwriter and producer James Blake unveils his remix of the Canadian rapper/singer's track "Come Thru" taken from the deluxe edition of chart-topping album Nothing Was The Same. Read more

Drake f/ Rick Ross - "Hold On, We're Going Home (MMG Remix)" | New Music


Accompanied by a video trailer, Rick Ross recently announced release date for his upcoming sixth studio LP, Mastermind.   The Bawse will deliver us an early Christmas present this year as it was announced the project will be released on December 17.

In preparation the MMG head honcho gives Drake's platinum selling hit single "Hold On, We're Going Home" the remix treatment, dropping a verse of his very own in true trademark Rozay fashion. The "No Games" rapper talks fast cars, expensive jewellery, women and all that pertains to a boss' luxury lifestyle - a clever move that'll be sure to keep his listeners engaged as well as getting some radio spins.

Take a listen to Rick Ross' MMG remix  of "Hold On, We're Going Home" and watch the Mastermind trailer below.

Jesse Boykins III x MoRuf - "From Time, With Time" (Drake + Jhene Aiko remake) | New Music

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Material from Drake's latest long player Nothing Was The Same has definitely inspired some very creative remakes and remixes, with the exceptional efforts from Atu & Sango, Ill Blu and others setting the pace, and today brings us another standout effort, this time from SoulCulture favourites Jesse Boykins III and MoRuf from the Romantic Movement.Read more

Killa Kyleon drops a video for his "Pound Cake" freestyle


With artists such as Lupe Fiasco, The Lox and more lending their verses to Drake and Jay Z's "Pound Cake," Houston, Texas rapper Killa Kyleon attempts to stay ahead of the curve by dropping a video for his freestyle. Read more

Raekwon - "Marble Cake" | New Music


Drake wasn't wrong when he said "Wu-Tang Forever," and while we still wait for a (supposed) remix to that Nothing Was The Same beat, Raekwon fast-forwards straight to the entrancing Boi-1da beat for "Marble Cake."

Listen below as The Chef turns up in typical Wu fashion; superlative, untouchable raps that still burrow comfortably in with any rap heavyweight out, not to mention the others who have already stepped up to the "Pound Cake" plate. Read more

Lupe Fiasco transforms Drake x JAY Z's "Pound Cake" into "Pound Of Flesh (Paris, Tokyo 2)" | New Music

The instrumental for Drake's JAY Z featuring cut "Pound Cake", taken from the Canadian Hip Hop star's third solo album release Nothing Was The Same, is fast becoming the people's choice of soundbeds to lay their freestyle verses on and following The Lox's take on the Boi-1da production, Lupe Fiasco transforms the track into "Pound Of Flesh (Paris, Tokyo 2)".Read more

Drake - "Hold On, We're Going Home" | Music Video

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In honour of Drake Day [or the day his latest album Nothing Was The Same was released] the Toronto star releases a cinematic action video for his summer hit, "Hold On, We're Going Home," directed by Bill Pope. Read more

Drake discusses bar mitzvah and 'Nothing Was The Same' on Chelsea Lately | TV Catch-Up

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Chelsea Handler has a knack for making her guests laugh uncomfortably. Guess Drake caught on to "The Motion" when he returned for a second interview on E!'s Chelsea Lately show. Read more

Killa Kyleon drops a "Pound Cake" Freestyle

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Riding on the colossal wave of Drake's Nothing Was The Same hype, Houston, Texas hailing rapper Killa Kyleon drops a couple of verses over the album's Jay Z-featuring track, "Pound Cake." Read more

Drake performs "Hold On, We're Going Home" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show


As Drake makes his media rounds in preparation of Nothing Was The Same's release, the YMCMB artists made his way to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Appropriate, given album opener "Tuscan Leather" features Drizzy spitting about the comedic actress turned talk show host; "Degenerates, even Ellen love our shit." Read more

Drake - "Pound Cake / Paris Morton Music 2" f/ JAY Z x "Connect" | New Music


Over the weekend we saw Drake perform the previously unheard track "Too Much" alongside Sampha on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as well as his Wu-Tang Clan tribute, "Wu-Tang Forever" surfacing online.

With the release of YMCMB/OVO rapper's third studio LP Nothing Was The Same imminent we can now take a listen to two more tracks taken straight from the album, with a highly-anticipated collaboration with the self-proclaimed 'God of Rap' Jay Z among them.

"Overly focused, it's far from the time to rest now / Debates growin' 'bout who they think is the best now / Took a while, got the jokers out of the deck now / Holdin' all the cards and niggas wanna play chess now"

Drizzy takes it back to real Hip-hop roots on "Pound Cake" with some slick rhyming as the classic line from Wu-Tang's "C.R.E.A.M." plays over the hook.

Jay Z steps up to the plate with his usual boastful supremacy:

"I had Benz's before you had braces / The all black Maybach but I'm not a racist / Inside's whiter than Katy Perry's face is / Yellow diamonds in my Jesus"

The Canadian star gets honest on the "Paris Morton Music 2" segment of the track, a follow up to a track released back in 2010 which was later used as a Rick Ross single. The second track to surface today is a smooth cut titled "Connect" where Drizzy croons soulfully and in typical fashion, speaking of the power of "the box".

Take a listen to both tracks below, and let us know what you think.

Drake - "Pound Cake / Paris Morton Music 2" f/ JAY Z

Drake - "Connect"

Nothing Was The Same drops on September 24. You can pre-order it on iTunes if you're in the UK here and US here.

Drake x Sampha premiere "Too Much" live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon | TV Catch-Up

As we draw closer to the release of his third solo studio album Nothing Was The Same, Canadian rapping/singing sensation Drake took to the stage on the popular late night talk and variety show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to debut a brand new track from the eagerly anticipated LP.Read more

Drake - "Wu-Tang Forever" | New Music


This is how you lure someone in to pre-order your album, you give them a highly-anticipated track for free along with the order. "Wu-Tang Forever," from Drake's anticipated third LP Nothing Was The Same, has kept everyone curious about how the song will sound or if there will be a Wu-Tang sample/guest verse/something on the track. Read more