Like that, Drake releases the Miami Vice-themed video to Hold On We’re Going Home featuring Majid Jordan. Pick up Nothing Was The Same today!
In this edition of The ReaList, I’m gonna talk about the five things I took away from Drake‘s latest effort Nothing Was The Same. I’m going to try and keep this short since most you will be reading from your phones and frankly it’s hot as Satan’s taint in the room I’m in, and I’m…
Sango Beats is back at it again, this time he remixes Drake‘s The Motion. Instead of having the feeling of sadness/depression, you can be a bit happy/jubilant. We all know the mood Drake’s music could put us in.
Kendrick Lamar talks with host Cabbie Richards on SportsCentre Canada; they speak on Drake‘s No New Friends, Air Max, the type of fools that’ll kill your vibe, and Dwight Howard‘s departure from the Lakers.
Toronto natives Majid Al Maskati & Jordan Ullman — better known as Majid Jordan, released this well put together project After Hours fresh off the Drake‘s single Hold On, We’re Going Home. If you enjoyed the Drake-assisted single then you’re surely going to like this EP. Download: Majid Jordan – After Hours [EP]
Drake keeps the video just as gritty as the track, well done. I’m guessing he heard Chris Brown freestyling over Started From The Bottom at Hot97 and threw this in the atmosphere. Personally, I’m glad he liberates a diss track or slips some snide remark at Breezy; keep this unnecessary beef cooking.
Drake dumps out the sequel to 9am In Dallas — 5am In Toronto, and this shit goes. Download: Drake – 5am In Toronto
The Theorist has been making waves with piano covers for Drake‘s Marvin’s Room, Bria’s Interlude, TheWeeknd‘s What You Need, Miguel‘s Do You, Kendrick Lamar‘s Swimming Pools, and much more. Go and pick up his latest free project Music of the Night 2.
Nickelus F or Nick Fury, whatever you want to call him, dropped this Drake-assisted single off his free album Vices. via: 2DBz