This could be the album of the year! Pre-order it now off of iTunes or wait until October 22nd to hear for yourselves. Kendrick’s music is a breathe of fresh air from the over saturated hip hop that is currently out. Features and production credits include Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Drake, Jay Rock, Lady Gaga, and Mary J. Blige.
1. Sherane a.k.a Master Splinter’s Daughter
2. Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe
3. Backseat Freestyle
4. The Art of Peer Pressure
5. Money Trees Ft. Jay Rock
6. Poetic Justice Ft. Drake
7. good kid
8. m.A.A.d city Ft. MC Eiht
9. Swimming Pools (Drank) [Extended Version]
10. Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst
11. Real Ft. Anna Wise
12. Compton Ft. Dr. Dre
13. The Recipe Ft. Dr. Dre
14. Black Boy Fly
15. Now or Never Ft. Mary J. Blige
16. Collect Calls
17. Swimming Pools (Drank) (Bonus)
Despite Drake’s bottle-throwing fiasco with Chris Brown over the weekend in New York, he still managed to make time to hook up with his colleague, 2 Chainz, to put together the visuals to their track “No Lie.”
Pusha Ton is in Norfolk City to film his visuals to his Drake diss track “Exodus 23:1.”
Shanell dropped the explicit visuals to her dope track, “So Good,” featuring Wayne and Drake.
I’ve been waiting on this video for a minute and Tyga definitely didn’t disappoint with this one. Set in Harlem back in the late 80′s, you can definitely feel that old school vibe with Drake doing what he does best: Singing.
Young Money‘s beautiful Shanell put out the best track of her career featuring Lil Wayne and Drake called “So Good” a few months back. And today, the visuals that provide us fans with a behind the scenes look at the upcoming music video set to drop sometime later in the week. Enjoy!
Drake’s track “The Ride” is one of my favorite beats ever. It fits the description to a T and really gives you that feeling to just lay your seat back and cruise through the night. And as most know by now, Meek Mill is a story teller in his rhymes. He makes you feel like you’re apart of the life he grew up living and on the remix to Drake’s track, that feeling never changed. Peep the video for Meek’s “Faded Too Long.”
G.O.O.D. Friday must be Drake day. Not only did he drop the video for “Take Care” featuring Rihanna, but he also put out the clip for “HYFR.” Last October, Drake decided to get reacquainted with his Jewish side and chose to get re-Bar Mitzvah’d. And in this video featuring Wayne, he shows footage from his first one when he was a little boy, but the music video itself is based off of the events that took place. I won’t lie, this is an ill video.
What’s easily the most popular track off of Drake’s latest LP release, “Take Care,” he, alongside his former love Rihanna, finally put together a video for it. It’s a bit random — considering there’s a Blue Jay flying around and a Bull bucking — but for the most part, it’s pretty dope. Enjoy!