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Drake and Lil Wayne Drop New Tour Video

“Two warriors… Sage and protege… an epic tournament… This Summer.”


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V. Stiviano ‘Honored’ by Drake

So during the ESPY’s Drake called Stiviano “Side Piece of the Year.” Most people would take that as an insult, but not Stiviano.

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Jessie Ware Announces New Album Title, Cover Art

‘Tough Love’ is the name of Ware’s first major release.


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Drake’s Lavish ESPY After Party

After the ESPY’s artist Drake held a star studded after party at an impressive estate.

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Watch Drake Duet With Brian McKnight, Sing ‘Let It Go’ & Blow in Lance Stephenson’s Ear at ESPYs

If you thought the craziest thing Drake would do during his first time hosting the ESPYs was appear in a comedy sketch with supposed nemesis Chris Brown, you were wrong. Very wrong.


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Chris Brown Puts Drake Under the Knife at the ESPYs: Watch

After being seen hanging out in a California studio last week, Chris Brown and Drake took their thawing relationship to the next level: by appearing in a sketch at the ESPYs together.


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Drake Pays Out $100,000 to Rapper for Stolen Lyrics

Drake has reportedly paid a fellow rapper $100,000 for borrowing his lines in a recent rap.


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Drake Host The ESPY Awards

Is their anything that Drizzy can’t do? Check out an awesome performance Drake put on, as the host of the 2014 ESPY Awards.

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30 Drake Songs Reworked into Footwork, Reggaeton by DJ Paypal

While you’re waiting for Drake’s new album, Views From The 6, to drop, DJ Paypal has gifted the world with a 30-song collection of shiny remixes of the rapper’s songs.


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Drake’s New Album Will Be Called ‘Views from the 6′

Drake’s followup to Nothing Was the Same has a title.