Power 105’s Charlamagne sits down for a one-on-one interview with DJ Vlad and the topic of discussion is Drake and his emotional behavior. The radio host speaks on Drake’s reaction to the public’s opinion on his emo inspired music and explains that for Drake to even respond proves that comments get under his skin. Charlamagne also points out the way Drake previously downplayed Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and weighs in on the back and forth between the Canadian rapper and the Compton lyricist. Never one to bite his tongue, Charlamagne went on to state that there’s three sexual orientations people should be aware of and that includes being gay, straight and Drake. The YMCMB rapper’s previous fallout with the auto-tune champ, Future, also serves as the topic of discussion.
Timbaland finally unveils his new single “Know About Me” which features Drake, JAY Z and singer James Fauntleroy. Backed by some crazy keys and pounding bass courtesy of Timbo, the club banger showcases Drizzy’s rhymes and Fauntleroy’s smooth vocals while Hov barely says a few words in the intro. “Know About Me” is set to make the final tracklist for Timbaland’s upcoming album, Textbook Tim.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” recently made a stop in Houston, Texas just a few days ago and footage has now surfaced of the YMCMB rapper closing out his performance with “November 18th” which is off his So Far So Gone project. The southern inspired jam had crowd-goers extra live as fans screamed in excitement when Drizzy gave the cue to drop the beat. Drake’s background screen also featured visuals from the Canadian rapper’s 2009 performance at Houston’s Warehouse. Take a look as Drake openly gave props to Pimp C, DJ Screw and Big Moe before jumping into the song.
Revolt TV links up with Drizzy Drake to get the YMCMB rappers thoughts on his new self-directed music video for “Worst Behavior.” Featured on the Canadian rapper’s new album, Nothing Was The Same, Drake briefly touches on the song’s aggressive flow, cadences and underlying meaning. Drizzy also makes it clear in to the short preview that he doesn’t consider himself the best in the game. However, he does take the opportunity to celebrate his success and points out to viewers that he always promised he would make it to the top. Check out the rapper’s full interview with Revolt TV which is set to air tonight on a special Drake edition of The Gate.
Drake’s official music video for “Worst Behavior” finally drops and features cameos from Dennis Graham, Juicy J and Project Pat. Shot on location in Memphis, TN, the rapper performs to the camera with a few fancy customized old school rides in the back drop and alongside some of the local residents. The visual kicks off with Drake’s father and his band putting in some work in the studio before stepping outside to do a little parking lot pimpin’ with the YMCMB rapper.
Migos takes the better late than never approach and decides to hop on Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental for a new freestyle. The track finds the rappers celebrating their success and kicking some introspective rhymes. The Atlanta natives take the opportunity to do a little bragging and point out to all the non-believers and naysayers their more than one hit wonders.
Drizzy was all the way live in Dallas, Texas as his “Would You Like A Tour” rolled into town. Fans were treated to a surprise performance from former Cash Money artist, Juvenile, as the rapper jumped into his classic hit “Back That Azz Up” with Drake by his side. Take a look at how it all went down in front of a sold out crowd.