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BLEU’s single “You’re Mines Still” was one of the biggest singles of 2020 and it not only plugged the young star with a deal but a substantial paycheck. BLEU pulled up on DJ Akademiks’ Off The Record podcast and spoke about how the Drake-featured single threw him into a different tax bracket when it came…

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“It’s all good if you don’t get it yet. That’s what we do! We wait for you to catch up. We in here, though, we caught up already. On to the next. My goodness!” – Drake on “Honestly, Nevermind” It’s fair to say they get it now Drake. Drizzy’s new album Honestly, Nevermind has placed…

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If you like Drake’s Honestly, Nevermind or not, there is no denying The Boy. The first full Dance album from drake will debut on top of the Billboard 200. According to Billboard, Honestly, Nevermind debuts with 204,00 album-equivalent units in the first week. The debut makes Drake the fifth act with more than 10 No.…

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Rapper Drake may be in hot water for not clearing a sample of an underground Baltimore club vocalist and rapper on his new album. According to the Baltimore Sun, Ryeisha Berrain, who performed under the name Rye Rye in the mid-2000s, says the Canadian rapper sampled her saying “What?” on his song “Currents.” Berrain, a…

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Drake’s new Dance album Honestly, Nevermind was in rotation across the world this weekend and has been quite polarizing. Some people love it, while the other side of the spectrum appears to be confused as to why Drake made it. Then there are some, like Drake himself, who argue those who don’t like it just…

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Irv Gotti is fed up with the state of hip-hop after Drake’s new dance album Honestly, Nevermind. He recently had comments about how rap music is going. 481 Views Former Murder Inc CEO Irv Gotti recently shared his thoughts on the direction that hip-hop was headed after the release of Drake’s latest album. While Irv…

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Drake has definitely set hip-hop ablaze with the release of his newest album Honestly, Nevermind. The album has people split, with some applauding Drake for trying a new sound, while others wish Drake would revert back to his old rapping and singing days. Joe Budden and Vince Staples even debated whether the album is signaling…

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Irv Gotti is another addition to the list of people that do not appear to be fans of Drake’s latest studio LP. Honestly, Nevermind dropped last Friday to mixed reviews as some listeners took issue with the project’s Dance music concept. TMZ caught up with Irv Gotti to get his opinion on the polarizing Honestly,…

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Drake might have dropped the most divisive album for a hip-hop artist since Kanye dropped Yeezus in 2013. Both albums signaled a musical shift in the artist’s career and public reaction was split upon both albums’ release. However, over time, Yeezus has grown on many people, with the sound of hip-hop music having changed so…

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Drake dropped a video for “Falling Back” with the release of Honestly, Nevermind, but has selected “Sticky” and “Massive” as the first singles from the album. According to HipHopNMore, those two singles will be sent to radio. “Sticky,” produced by Gordo and RY X will head to Rhythm and Urban Radio, while “Massive” is headed…

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We’re living in an age where people get famous just because they look like a celebrity. Ever since Certified Lover Boy, Fake Drake has been enjoying his newfound fame. He has been making club appearances and doing interviews just off the fact that he looks a lot like the 6 god himself. He has even…

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Drake is in a position to add another No. 1 album to his resume. The 6ix God surprised fans with the new dance album, Honestly, Nevermind, on Friday. Even though the album is receiving mixed reviews, Drizzy is set to pull in a solid first-week number according to HitsDailyDouble. The 7th solo album from Drake…

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This Friday is the equivalent of an all-you-can-eat buffet; an eclectic mix of new songs and albums. We are so spoiled for choice, curating this list felt like having to drop Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon for Shaq as center in your all-time NBA first five list. I kid you not. 161 Views From Drake proving…

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Drake took to Instagram to announce the release of his latest studio album, “Honestly Nevermind,” at the crack of dawn.  The 14-track album features producer credits from Noah 40 Shebib, Black Coffee, and others. 293 Views On Tuesday, Drake grinned from ear to ear after one of his Sanctuary Basketball League games. His team NITG-consisting…

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Drake returned on Friday, dropping off his seventh album, Honestly, Nevermind. Drake also released a statement letting fans in on his current life: I let my humbleness turn to numbness at times letting time go by knowing I got the endurance to catch it another time I work with every breath in my body cause…

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