“Nah I ain’t Drake. I sing better, I do better, my shit wetter.”
He made jokes, sang, and made fun of Macklemore.
The annual award for the best Canadian album.
Toronto rapper readies fourth LP for Spring 2015 release.
From the OVO Sound member’s upcoming LP.
Controversial emcee puts Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and everyone else on notice.
Drake celebrates the city of Houston in epic fashion.
Celebrating his “passion and enthusiasm” for the Space City.
“Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” spans 31 dates this summer.
Drake appears on Bayer’s popular web series “Sound Advice.”
Who needs comedy when you have bars like these?
With festival season just picking up (Bonnaroo is next weekend, after all), we have a lot to look forward to this summer. Some artists, on the other hand, are already looking further into the future, as far as 2015, and …
Houston Appreciation Weekend takes place from June 12th – 15th.
If nothing else, the man’s got a more than healthy ego.
A plucky young reporter puts together the best bill for the money.
Drizzy’s comedic muse is also an aspiring rapper.
This ain’t no joke, people.
Last night featured a little something for everyone.
The first official taste of Tha Carter V.
Raptors turn Drake’s latest meme into a promotion.
Inaugural awards show to take place in Los Angeles next month.
Star-studded album features Kanye West, Drake, Pharrell, and Pusha T.
The hilarious bit was part of last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
ESPN’s annual awards show is set for July 16th.
Kentucky Wildcat’s biggest fan didn’t have a very good night.
Kanye as Porky Pig? Drake as Millhouse?
Prepare yourself for an onslaught of intense new tunes.
A love song for Rihanna.
References to Johnny Manziel and Andrew Wiggins, plus a shot at Chance the Rapper.
Electronica continues his comeback with a ferocious remix of Drake’s “We Made It”.
Plus: Drake reportedly tells the audience that he’s begun work on his new album.
With Rihanna in the crowd, no less.
Drizzy launching music festival in his second home.
Can we just have a Kanye/Drake tour already?
Another infographic… and this one makes a lot more sense.
Kanye West, Drake, The Flaming Lips, and Rihanna hit the court.
Watch: Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon’s History of Rap 5, featuring covers of Kanye, Kendrick, Drake, and OutKast
You know what’s coming.