What’s the dilly with Drake trying to act gangsta?. Anyway, here’s Drizzy’s next release “The Motto” featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga.
Looks like Drake caught offense to the chorus on Common‘s single “Sweat” recently, and Com set the record straight on Shady 45. You can see the interview below, and hear the lyrics in question if you haven’t heard them.
Personally I think Common would destroy Drake, just go track down his diss tracks during his beef with Westside Connection. Nonetheless I don’t expect Drake to back down, he’s been trying to act all gangster lately.
Aside from finding Mary J. Blige absolutely gorgeous, and her amazing voice, she hooks up with Drake for “Mr. Wrong”.
Drake‘s pushed his Take Care album back to November 15th; apparently to get some more time to clear three samples. I’ll let Drizzy explain…
The new date for Take Care is November 15th, 2011. I managed to create this album in my hometown of Toronto and the thoughts and stories I wanted to get across just became so clear. It truly felt like when I was here 3 years ago making So Far Gone. So I have completed 19 songs (17 on physical and 2 on bonus), and have run into a roadblock of clearing 3 samples in time to make the October 24th date. My options were to take the songs off and make the birthday release happen, or to take an extra couple weeks to get the paper work right and give you the album they way I NEED you to hear it. The choice was clear as day for me. November 15th you will get Take Care the exact way I created it with no trimmings. This music means too much to me to get attached to dates and I do apologize for the delay but I promise that it is only for the benefit of our experience together. Club Paradise Tour will also be moved to when students are back from the Christmas/New Year break so that I can get to more schools. New dates will be released in the next week…see you all soon.
Here’s Drake‘s first track and video from his upcoming Take Care sophomore release.
Drake’s gangsta now?
Not even twenty fours hours after “It’s Good” hit the internet, Lil Wayne addressed the track and the shot he took at Jay-Z with VIBE Magazine:
I know there won’t be any repercussions behind what I did,” says a confident Wayne when asked if he had second thoughts about recording his acidic verse for ‘It ‘s Good.’ “I know for a fact music is about perception. You can’t do anything but perceive what you hear. I know that for a fact. So I can’t ever be upset about someone’s reaction.
This will be featured in the October/November issue. Jadakiss was also featured on the track, but was told to leave him out of it. Drake also was on the track. You can listen to the track [here].
With the Carter IV in stores August 29th, Lil Wayne enlists the help of Jadakiss and YMCMB militant – Drake. The latest track to leak “It’s Good” seemingly takes a shot at Jay-Z.
Game is getting ready to finally drop his R.E.D. Album and here is the cover and tracklist. That’s a lot of “Dr. Dre”‘s on there. I wonder how much Dr. Dre there really is on there.
01. Dr. Dre Intro
02. The City (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
03. Drug Test (Feat. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg & Sly)
04. Martians Vs Goblins (Feat. Tyler, The Creator & Lil Wayne)
05. Red Nation (Feat. Lil Wayne)
06. Dr. Dre 1
07. Good Girls Go Bad (Feat. Drake)
09. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
10. Heavy Artillery (Feat. Rick Ross & Beanie Sigel)
11. Paramedics (Feat. Young Jeezy)
12. Speakers On Blast (Feat. E-40 & Big Boi)
13. Hello (Feat. Lloyd)
14. All The Way Gone (Feat. Mario & Wale)
15. Pot Of Gold (Feat. Chris Brown)
16. Dr. Dre 2
17. All I Know (Feat. Lu Breeze)
18. Born In The Trap
19. Mama Knows (Feat. Nelly Furtado)
20. California Dream
21. Dr. Dre Outro