Aside from all the back and forth “he said, he said” beef, Drake finds his way to a visual thanks to his Compton comrade The Game. Game’s first single off his forthcoming TheDocumentary 2 album features the OVO chief and is titled “100“. The video is directed by Drake‘s personal tour photographer, Theo Skudra.
The “100” track is a salute to true friendship and it’s visual depicts that as you can catch Game and Drizzy take it to the streets of Compton where they find nothing but love. “100” marks the first time that Game and Drake have collaborated since 2011. This is perfect timing for the release of this video with all the drama that is surrounding Drake. Peep the new video below and be sure to always keep it 100!
Finally, after what seemed to be the longest 5 days in Hip Hop, Meek Mill delivers his diss track in response to Drake. Tonight via Hot 97 DJ Funkmaster Flex, the MMG general premiered his Drake diss after long await. The new Meek track is produced by Jahlil Beats and Swizz Beatz.
After this beef has stewed for a while it looks like Meek has finally got himself in the booth, but is this enough to get him out the hole he has already dug for himself? Take a listen to the new diss track below and let us know what you think. “Pump It or Dump It?”
Drake is bringing it to “Back to Back” on Meek Mill with his latest diss track. The “Back to Back” freestyle is a problem and Hip Hop listeners are now waiting in great anticipation for Meek to bring the solution. By now, everyone is in the loop on this Hip Hop beef, but here is a quick run down.
*Last week, Meek accused Drake of having a ghost writer.
Over the weekend, Drake responded by dropping “Charged Up” diss.
Meek called the diss, “Baby lotion soft.”
Monday, Meek was scheduled to drop a diss track via Hot 97, but he never did.
The Pinkprint Tour hit Toronto, Meek hit the stage with the words “F*ck You” on the screen behind him.
Today, Drake unleashes “Back to Back” diss.
*This actually did not happen first, but only Drake and Meek know what actually started the rift between these two emcees.
Today, Drake looked for the “checkmate” move as he dropped his new diss track, which you can hear below.
Apparently shortly after the “Back to Back” diss was released someone started a gofundme.com account to help Meek Mill record his Drake diss track. That’s how important it is for Meek to respond at this point.
There is even a newly developed website, SaveMeekMill.com, which is set up to help build Meek’s brand by collecting donations to buy school supplies for the youth in Meek’s hometown of Philadelphia. However, don’t let the positive mission statement fool you. The website states, “We strive to inspire the youth into different career paths other than being the type of rapper Meek Mill once glorified. We will save the youth from any future embarrassment caused at the hands of their rap adversaries when they find themselves in a beef — inspired by the one Meek Mill is currently losing to Drake. How? By inspiring them to not be like Meek Mill at all.”
The ball is in your court Meek. You’re down in points, but it’s your possession. So what are you going to do? The clock is ticking…
You would of have to been under a rock this last week if you haven’t heard about the Meek Mill and Drake beef. Well this weekend we finally got some music out of this Hip Hop soap opera. Drake responded to Meek’s accusations of him utilizing a ghostwriter with a diss track titled “Charged Up” that he premiered Saturday on his Beats 1’s show OVO Sound Radio.
The track certainly throws jabs at those who have been active in this stand-off, however Meek thought that the diss track was soft as he turned to social media to tweet, “Baby lotion soft.” Check out the diss track below and let us know what you think.
Drake’s latest OVO Sound Radio episode also featured two more new joints: “Right Hand” and “You Used To,” which is a remix of the D.R.A.M. single “Cha Cha” featuring Drake.
On the brink of releasing his new album, Dirty Sprite 2, Future has the album’s “Where Ya At” track premiered by Beats Radio personality Zane Lowe. The song features Drake and is the lone song to actually host a feature. Earlier today on The Breakfast Club, Future spoke on the origins of this track and how the collaboration came about. Evidently, just before he was expected to submit the finished album, Drake called him up and voiced his interest in being a part of Dirty Sprite 2, and according to Future, he sent “Where Ya At” to Drake, and he quickly returned it with his verse that very same night.
Dirty Sprite 2 is a follow up to Future’s Dirty Sprite mixtape. The new album pays homage to Future’s earlier days and fans get to listen to Future return to his roots. Dirty Sprite 2 drops tomorrow, but you can listen to the new track today. Check out Future’s “Where Ya At” featuring Drake below.
We all know that a Drake feature does wonders for an up & coming artist. Now WizKid, RamRiddlz, and Roy Woods will all find out for themselves. Earlier in the week, Drake teased that there would be some exclusives dropping on his inaugural episode of OVO Sound Radio: Drake and Company’s Show on Beats Radio 1. Yesterday, Drake followed through with 3 new bangers (no solo records) that feature him and promote the underground sounds of OVO.
The 3 tracks are songs brought to us from two individual Toronto standouts and a Nigerian up & comer. Toronto singer RamRiddlz drops his Drake remixed “Sweeterman.” WizKid releases his hot single “Ojuelegba” which features Drake and popular Grime artist Skepta. Roy Woods also debuted his new record “Drama” featuring Drake. All of these tracks were premiered via OVO Sound Radio yesterday. Listen to all three records featuring Drizzy below.
The Game is very close to releasing The Documentary 2, his sequel to his standout 2004 LP. To get things rolling the Compton emcee drops the first official single from his project today. The track is titled “100” and features OVO head honcho Drake. Everybody knows that Drizzy goes from 0 to 100 real quick, so it’s no shocker that he once again goes HAM on this track.
The duo has been teasing the song for weeks, now fans can finally hear the complete song below. Also be on the lookout for a visual to “100” coming soon.
New Jersey native Fetty Wap has been a hip hop trending topic this year due to his breakthrough single “Trap Queen.” The hit single has been in steady rotation on the radio and in the clubs. It has also found a home on Billboard’s Top Ten where it is currently sitting at #3. Up next for Fetty Wap is his follow up single “My Way.” The new single looks like it will keep Fetty Wap in the fast lane this summer and to gas things up October’s Very Own Drake has added a verse to it. Drake is known for hopping on the next best thing and taking tracks to all new heights…and that is exactly what just happened here.
Check out the newly remixed “My Way” by Fetty Wap featuring Drake below and let us know what you think.
Coachella festivities went down over the weekend and Mr. OVO, Drizzy Drake, made headlines for his epic performance of his latest and greatest hits…and oh yeah, this happened…
Besides that awkward moment, Drake did the damn thing, killing his tracks for over an hour. Last night’s Coachella audience was in for what seemed to be a magical and enchanting ride for the evening as Drizzy never let his foot off the gas. Now you too can watch Drake closeout the first weekend at the 2015 Coachella Music and Arts Festival. Just #TakeASeatAtTheTable and press play.
Check out the entire show and be sure to let us know what you think by commenting below.
We still may be a little confused on whether Drake’s latest project is actually an album or a mixtape, but in either case his unexpected release debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late did better than any other release this year, aside from Taylor Swift’s 1989.
According to Billboard, the OVO delegate sold 495,000 copies during the first week. It was a slight disappointment because of its predicted 500,000 sales target, but at the end of the day it was a huge win for Drizzy.
Many people believed that Drake would have released this project for free, however, with it going retail it may have been a ploy by Drake to speed up his departure time from Cash Money Records. Drake is still diligently hard at work on his album, Views From The 6, which will be out later this year, and will reportedly be the final release needed to meet his 5 album deal with Birdman and Cash Money Records.
Stay tuned to the drama known as Cash Money Records by staying connected with The Roundtable Empire. #TakeASeatAtTheTable
In the meanwhile, listen to Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late below for free. Yeah I said it…Free! #WhereRoyaltyMeetsLoyalty