Drake – Summer Sixteen

Drake has announced that he will drop his highly anticipated album Views From The 6 this upcoming April. “We’re here working overtime on it tryna make it everything I know it should be and the album itself will be coming in April 2016.” Are you excited? When isn’t OVO Sound an event that must be heard? Early Saturday morning Drake teased that today’s show must be heard and followed up revealing the new episode will bring forth the world... Read More

Drake – ‘HotLine’ (Video)

Drake has dropped the highly-anticipated video for his track “Hotline Bling.” Keeping with the song’s booty call theme, the Director X-helmed video opens up with an office full of phone sex operators before the action shifts to Drake, who delivers his surprise smash single in a sleek, futuristic room where monochromatic colors bounce off the walls. Like the song itself, the “Hotline Bling” video debuted on Apple Music. Watch... Read More

Stream Drake x Future Mixtape What A Time To Be Alive

  After about a week of rumors and hints, Drake and Future just dropped their highly anticipated joint mixtape What A Time To Be Alive on the world. Drake premiered the whole thing on his Beats 1 show earlier tonight — a very special 6th episode of OVO Sound Radio from the 6 God — and revealed that he initially came down to Atlanta just to make a few songs with Future, but the project quickly grew into a full tape. Now it’s officially... Read More

Majid Jordan Ft Drake – My Love (Video)

Back in July, Majid Jordan gave us their brand new single ‘My Love’ featuring Drake. Today, the OVO duo decide to debut the official visual, directed by Common Good. They are currently working on their debut album, which is coming soon. Watch below.  Read More

Drake’s “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” is now platinum.

Drake’s “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” is now platinum. As if Drake really needs another ego boost, but his surprise mixtape-album If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late has officially gone platinum. Upon the album’s release, every single song off it began charting on Billboard. The album, which went gold in its first week out, has now surpassed the 1 million mark in sales– and the physical... Read More

Meek Mill Drops “Wanna Know” Response Track To Drake On Hot 97

Hip hop has been waiting for Meek Mill to clap back at Drake after he dropped “Charged Up” and “Back to Back”. However, Hot 97’s Ebro Darden isn’t having any of that. He defended Flex and called out Meek on Ebro In The Morning today. “We specifically were told that Meek had something for Flex last night and we waited … And waited . .. And waited …” Darden said. “Now Y’all can go as hard as y’all want at Flex.... Read More

Drake Actually Bought Charlamagne Tha God 6 Bottles

Did Drake actually just send Charlamagne Tha God those “bottles” he rapped about? While most of us were sleeping, the rap world was shook up once more when Drake decided to go at Meek Mill again, and he turned up the energy too, on his “Back to Back” freestyle. Whereas Drizzy went the ironic, I-don’t-really-need-to-do-this-shit-but-I-will route on “Charged Up,” “Back to Back” was more scathing,... Read More

Meek Mill Responded Back To Drake’s “Back To Back”

  Meek Mill assures fans that he’ll soon be recording…Will it be a diss track aimed at Drake? Around thirty minutes ago, Meek Mill tweeted out one letter: Z. The twittersphere is going crazy with it, retweeting, analyzing, and poking fun at it. While we’re still not sure if it was an accidental tweet, a response to Drake’s diss, or an affirmation that he’s tired, Meek’s taken to Instagram to deliver a more... Read More

Drake Fires More Shots At Meek Mill On “Back To Back”

By now, everyone is familiar with the on going rift between Drake and Meek Mill. After the Philadelphia rapper took to Twitter last week and directly accused Drake of employing a ghostwriter, the rap world has been consumed by this news. Quentin Miller, the artist who Meek alleged to be Drizzy’s secret hitmaker took to his Tumblr page and vehemently denied the rumors. This past weekend, Drake let off some veiled warning shots with his response... Read More

Drake – Charged Up (Meek Mill Response)

During his set on OVO Sound Radio moments ago, Drake premiered a response to Meek Mill entitled ‘Charged Up’. Listen below:  Read More

Meek Mill Apologies To Drake During Nicki Minaj “PinkPrint” Tour

Meek Mill is not done. After his epic Twitter rant, the Philly rapper had more to say about Drake when he appeared on stage at a concert last night. During Nicki Minaj’s “Pinkprint Tour” in Bristow, Va. on Wednesday (July 22), the Philly rapper shouted out Drake, but didn’t back off his claim that the Canadian MC had a ghostwriter pen his verse on “R.I.C.O.” “I was just upset as a fan,” Meek told the crowd, adding, “Shout out to... Read More

Drake Responds to Meek Mill’s Ghostwriting Accusation

Getty Images Drake hasn’t responded publicly yet to Meek Mill’s claim that the T-Dot native doesn’t write his own raps, but it appears like the “6 God” has reportedly been pretty active on Instagram. Battle rapper Hitman Holla posted screenshots of his Instagram direct message conversation with Drake where he advise the OVO Sound head boss that he doesn’t believe the allegations and used lyrics from “5 AM in Toronto.” Drake responded... Read More

Quentin Miller’s “10 Bands”Reference Track For Drake Surfaces Online

Quentin Miller’s “10 Bands” reference track for Drake surfaces online thanks to Funk Flex. Last night after Meek Mill called out Drake for not writing his own raps and for having a ghostwriter, the internet went into a frenzy trying to figure out just what & who Meek was talking about. Later, Meek went on to credit an artist named Quentin Miller for Drake’s hits and was then cosigned by OG Maco. After we did some digging of our own today... Read More

Meek Mill Says Drake “Don’t Write His Own Raps”

Mill is on a tear on Twitter tonight. Minutes after blasting Safaree Samuels for twerking, Meek just called out Drake for using a ghostwriter. While it’s unclear what set the Tweets off, the Dreams Worth More Than Money rapper set up the diss with another vague Tweet hinting that something more was on the way. Not only did Meek call out Drake in general, he pinpointed the Toronto rapper’s verse on his own album, saying, “He ain’t... Read More

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