A return for one and a debut for the other as the 41st season of SNL comes to a close.
Already a classic in his mind, a more than solid new addition by all accounts.
The 6 God returns with the follow-up to 2013’s Nothing Was The Same.
Ticket packages include candles, incense holders, car fresheners, and other fan necessities.
20-track effort includes “Hotline Bling”, “One Dance”, “Pop Style”, and more.
Plus: The Toronto rapper has revealed the 2016 lineup for OVO Fest as well as the artwork his new album Views From the 6.
The world pays tribute to Prince: President Obama, Questlove, Justin Timberlake, more react to his passing
Nile Rodgers, Jack White, Chance the Rapper also honor the High Priest of Pop.
The Toronto rapper’s fourth album is set for April 29th.
Plus, Drizzy lets loose a second single titled “One Dance”.
Also pay attention while running on a treadmill.
Toronto rapper made surprise appearance at SXSW on Saturday night.
Win Butler, Marcus Mumford, John Oates, Miguel join forces for all-star jam session at Okeechobee Festival
Supergroup performed covers of David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, The Clash, and — yes, Drake’s “Hotline Bling”.