To prep for his upcoming birthday festivities, Chris Brown leaks the full version of his new track, “I Can’t Win.” The kinky new track originally had us believing that it was all about Drake, but after listening to the entire track it’s definitely going to his girl. This isn’t a cut off his upcoming album, X, but who’s complaining?! Hit the jump to listen to the track below.
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J. Cole takes a break from recording his sophomore album and gives us a loose track, “Cole Summer.” He raps over a sample of Lauryn Hill‘s, “Nothing Even Matters” and spits fire! He makes reference to Drake, Jay-Z and even Tia and Tamera Mowry on some of his bars, this definitely has us ready for his new album. Hit the jump to listen and download.
Drake drops a fresh new track for the ladies, featuring James Fauntleroy, “Girls Love Beyonce.” The 40-produced track and Drake singing about his past relationship and hid future lady of his dreams. James Fauntleroy kills the hook by singing lyrics from Destiny’s Child‘s, “Say My Name.” What kind of feelings are you getting with this track, listen below.
DJ Khaled drops a dope new track, “No New Friends,” that he calls the remix to Drake’s “Started from the Bottom.” The Boi-1da and 40-produced track features Drake, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne & Future will be on Khaled’s upcoming album, Suffering From Success. Could this be another anthem from Khaled? Hit the jump to listen to the track below.
Drake heads to his hometown and drops mysterious visuals for “5AM in Toronto.” He has girls playing volleyball in bikinis, that later seduce him in his room. The entire OVO crew is present on this clip, watch below.
Departing from his gangster ways, Snoop Lion drops a track off his upcoming album Reincarnated with a message supporting non-violence. “No Guns Allowed” featuring Drake and Snoop’s daughter Cori B. was inspired by the recent tragedies because of gun violence. Even Drake has a change of heart and raps about a friend he lost to gun violence. Hit the jump to listen and pre-order the album.
When she’s not out on tour, Melanie Fiona is out covering some of her favorite tracks. Sitting in front of her computer, the Toronto singer covers Drake‘s, “Started From The Bottom.” She kills it! Hit the jump to watch the clip.
MTV‘s, Hottest MCs In The Game Vlll, is back with fresh list! A show where you have a round table discussion with some of the best hip-hop minds on MTV, debate about some of your favorite artist. We have the entire list of artists that made it on this year from Meek Mill to Kanye West to Rick Ross. Who surpassed who and who didn’t make the list? G.O.O.D. Music really showed up on this list, we’ll leave it at that. Hit jump to see the who made the list.
Three years later, Drake releases the second part to his track “9 a.m. in Dallas.” The Boi-1da-produced track, “5 a.m. in Toronto” has a hard flow from Drizzy, but surprisingly it won’t be on his upcoming album. Hit the jump to listen to the track.
Kendrick Lamar releases the visuals to his Drake assisted track, “Poetic Justice” and it’s quite a story. Kendrick tells the story of falling for a girl that wasn’t his and paying hard consequences after it. Hit the jump to watch the clip.
During NBA All-Star Weekend, Meek Mill stopped by Sway in the Morning‘s live broadcast and brought in new rapper Lil Snupe. What better way to introduce a rapper than someone than with a freestyle, right? Meek thought so and had Lil Snupe rap over Dr. Dre and Snoop‘s classic, “Deep Cover” and Drake‘s “Started From The Bottom.” Hit the jump to enjoy pure good rap.
At the Grammys, last night Drake took home “Best Rap Album” with Take Care. To celebrate, he releases the visuals for his single “Started From The Bottom” off his upcoming album, Nothing Was The Same. At the :55 second mark, there’s a funny skit; random, but pretty funny. Hit the jump to watch the clip.