Drake released a new single from his upcoming album, entitled “Girls Love Beyonce”. The song shows Drake returning to his R&B style (unlike the first two singles), featuring James Fauntleroy on the chorus singing a variation of “Say My Name” by Destiny’s Child. Check out the track below.
Drake (ft. James Fauntleroy) - "Girls Love Beyonce"
Dogg Lion recruited Drizzy Drake and his daughter, Cori B., for his new reggae influenced track, “No Guns Allowed.” Drake spits a quick verse over the Major Lazer and Ariel Rechtshaid produced track, “No Guns Allowed,” while Angela Hunte and Shante Broadus deliver additional vocals. Snoop Lion’s “No Guns Allowed” will be featured on his forthcoming album, Reincarnated, due out April 2nd. Stream the track below.
Snoop Lion ft. Drake – No Guns Allowed
“Lil Tunechi got that fire and these hoes love me like Satan, maaaan”- Weezy F. Baby
…Listen to Lil Wayne’s new single featuring Future and Drake entitled “Good Kush & Alcohol.” Look out for the track on Weezy’s upcoming project, I AM Not A Human Being II, due out on February 19th. Grab the download if you please below…
As you may already know, Drake’s sophomore album Take Care leaked on Sunday night. The album exceeded all my expectations; it really is amazing. I highly recommend pre-ordering it. One of my favorite songs on the album is “Look What You’ve Done”. This song is a dedication to his family, and how they helped him become who he is today. The instrumental is merely piano music with no drums or beat, which makes the song very emotional and beautiful. On the first verse of the track, Drake talks about his mother and their relationship, including an explanation of a fight they had. The second verse is dedicated to his uncle (or aunt, we still don’t know for sure); he talks about how he encouraged Drake to always follow his dreams. The song ends with either his mother or grandma talking about him (there is much debate about this across the internet, but I think it’s his grandmother) This is one of the realest songs you’ll hear in hip-hop; Drake shows us once again how great he is at connecting emotions to his music.
Download: Look What You’ve Done (Left Click, “Save Link As”)
At the end of this song there’s a voicemail from Drake’s Grandmother that says.
Hi Aubrey, I’m here sitting with my son having a little talk
And he knows how to get in touch with you now
To let you know how grateful I am for your help
In keeping me in this, in this comfortable place
All I can say, Aubrey, is I remember the good times we had together
And the times I used to look after you
And I still have wonderful feelings about that
So God bless you, and I hope I’ll see you…
The hottest MC out, Kendrick Lamar, decided to release a new single from his classic good Kid, m.A.A.d City. This album has received a significant amount of attention from bloggers and reviewers all over. So what will happen once Kendrick releases the single..? It will be followed with a music video that is already in the making. Poetic Justice Featuring Drake produced by Scoop DeVille will be the next single from this album.
This is the moment you realize that these 4 rappers are moving away from being hip-hop rookies to being the top rappers in the game. A$AP Rocky’s “F*ckin Problem” features Drizzy, 2 Chainz, and K Dot, on a beat pr0duced by Noah “40″ Shebib. 2 Chainz chants “I love bad bitches that’s my f*ckin problem” on the chorus to this one, while A$AP, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar all destroy their verses. Check out the track below and expect to hear this rotating on the radio soon enough.
It has been over a decade since the death of the talented musician, Aaliyah and just today one of Aaliyah’s biggest fans dropped a collaboration track with her over on his blog. Drake has showed his interest in Aaliyah’s music and he has talked about being featured on one of her newer tracks in the past. The beat isn’t anything special, but Drake’s verse is worth while. I don’t know how past Aaliyah fans will feel about this one, but Drake definitely delivered. 40 handled the production on this joint. Listen to “Enough Said” below.