Everybody was partying in New York on Saturday (Feb. 1) for Super Bowl Weekend. One of the biggest parties in the Big Apple was Revolt TV’s invite-only gathering at Time Warner Cable studios. Toronto rapper Drake was headlining the event and he didn’t disappoint.
Back in December, we announced that Drake has joined the Jordan Brand family and revealed an early teaser of his sneakers. Last night (Jan. 26), Drizzy unveiled detailed pictures of his OVO shoe collection on his official weblog.
Drake is among a bevy of rappers who will be vying for a win at the 2014 Grammy Awards this Sun., Jan. 26. The Toronto rapper knows what it’s like to win a golden gramophone after nabbing one for Best Rap album (for 'Take Care') in 2013. However, he says that winning a Grammy doesn’t make or break him as an artist.
The 2014 Grammy Awards are just around the corner. The "biggest night in music" honors the best of the best, but hip-hop and R&B have traditionally been overlooked by the awards the show. This year, artists like Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West
It was double duty for Drake last night (Jan. 18) on 'Saturday Night Live.' The rapper, who has a history of acting (having appeared on the Canadian sudser 'Degrassi: The Next Generation') hosted and served as the musical guest and he was incredible in both roles.
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