Drake was all the way live from Portland last night as the city served as the latest stop for the rapper’s Would You Like A Tour? which is still making it’s way from state to state. Aubrey decided to treat the crowd to some good news and made an announcement that he’s officially been inducted into the Jordan Brand family.
Afterwards, fans and sneaker heads were treated to a few previews of his upcoming color ways for the 10 and 12 OVO Stingrays. The photos were shared via the YMCMB rapper’s Instagram and consumers can look forward to purchasing both models which come in either black or white with gold accents.
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.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” recently made a stop in New Orleans and fans were treated to a special preview of the YMCMB rapper’s upcoming music video for “Worst Behavior.” Shot on location in Memphis, TN, the track is featured on Drizzy’s new Nothing Was The Same LP. The X directed visual also showcases cameos from Juicy J, Project Pat and Drake’s father, Dennis Graham.
Drizzy is still out on the road working hard as he continues to promote his latest album, Nothing Was The Same. If you’ve been living under a rock, the YMCMB rapper is currently out on the road for his Would You Like A Tour? and a few days ago his bus pulled into Miami. Check out Drake treat fans to a special performance of his Take Care single, “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right),” with surprise guest Lil Wayne.
Revolt TV catches up with Drake out in New York and gets him to speak on his new Hit-Boy produced song, “Trophies,” which the YMCMB rapper decided to preview during his live performance. Drizzy explains the story behind how the track came together and explains to viewers why it didn’t make the final tracklist as the deadline for Nothing Was The Same came and went. The Toronto native also talks about his frustration with trying to get things just right and sending the song to several artists for a potential hook, however, still finding himself unsatisfied so it remained in his stash of unreleased material. Drake tells Revolt there’s even a remix for “Wu-Tang Forever” that he’s sitting on along with a few other tracks.
Revolt TV catches up with Drizzy Drake and the auto-tune champ, Future, for a candid one-on-one interview where they discuss their recent Would You Like A Tour? stop at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Future opens up to the cameras about his motivation to hit the road with Drake and explains that it’s nothing but positive vibes on the tour. Take a look as Drake breaks down why it’s crucial artists only have a 10-15 minute window in New York to win over crowd-goers or it’s downhill from there. The YMCMB artist also shares his thoughts on why he feels it’s important to connect with his fans and deliver an experience that will have them leaving his show almost as if they know him.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” arrived at Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center and Drizzy decided to take the opportunity to preview a new song titled “Trophies.” Produced by the Inland Empire’s Hit-Boy, Drake can be heard in the footage captured from the event spitting plenty of braggadocios rhymes over a horn driven instrumental. Take a look at the short clip courtesy of Miss Info.