Drake And Rihanna Make It Rain

So much for Drake being a guy that’s  looking to settle down. As Drake and Rihanna made it rain at V Live strip club in Houston. Rihanna attended Drakes concert earlier in the night, and they ended the night at the strip club dropping whopping 17k. If you were wondering, according to E! news Drake dropped 12k, while Rihanna dropped 5k. If you work there to earn money for your college tuition, and weren’t in attendance that night you definitely missed out.

Side Note: E! News also reported that Drake and Rihanna looked like a couple.

Lets see if anything materializes with these two. We’ll keep you posted!


Would You Like A Tour….Update!

Last week I reported that Future was kicked off of Drake’s Would You Like A Tour. But I never kept you updated on this story, so I am now. And it now looks like the two have worked out their differences, and Future was added back to the tour which kicked off last Friday in Pittsburgh. The tour features Future, and Miguel as Drakes opening acts. I’m glad to see Future still on this tour. Now all we need is these two to collab on some records.

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Would You Like A Beef?


Can we just all sing, and get along? Well that was the original plan. If you purchased tickets for the Drakes “Would You Like A Tour” concert, and was looking forward to seeing Future your plans have been crushed. As Drake kicked Future off the tour that was suppose to feature Miguel and Future opening for Drake.  According to thesource.com Future did a interview with billboard.com and spoke about Drakes new album “Nothing Was The Same” and was quoted saying “Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn’t grab you. They’re not possessive; they don’t make you feel the way I do. I want to make you want to fall in love.” Soon after these quotes became public, released on the twitter feed of Billboard associate editor Erika Ramirez, Future took to twitter to insist his quotes were taken out of context. ”Respect to Billboard, disappointed on being misquoted..” Future tweeted, “always love for my fam Drizzy Drake.” Future was set to make 40,000 a night while on tour, and now it looks like he won’t see a dime. Now it’s being reported that Future is suing Drake $1.5 million in lost wages. I don’t know about y’all, but if I was invited to go on tour with Drake, and I was getting paid 40k a night I wouldn’t say nothing about the headliner of the tour. I hope these two settle their differences. I enjoy both of their music, and Drake doesn’t need any other rappers on his back. It’s bad enough he has Kendrick Lamar breathing down his neck. We’ll update this story as more information leaks.

The Game Signs With YMCMB


Well it’s official, after the long rumor deal The Game has finally signed with YMCMB. Birdman confirmed it today via Twitter and The Game retweeted Birdmans tweet, and sent out a tweet of his own. This has been long rumored since The Games last album “Jesus Piece”. When Birdman spoke on the record “Freedom” about it being Games last album under Interscope and he was signing with YMCMB after that. The Game now joins a roster with plenty of artist: Nicki Minaj, Tyga, and Drake just to name a few. But only a few have had the privilege to drop an album. We’ll see what comes out of this new deal. Game last album dropped last year. I’ll never understand why artist like Busta Rhymes or The Game sign under a boss like Birdman when they already have a big following of their own, but that’s just me. My biggest question is will we get a new album in 2014 with his new label? That’s something to keep an eye on, but congrats to Game on his new deal.

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Drake Responds To Kendrick Lamar

While everyone is responding to Kendrick Lamar through records Drake hasn’t done that. While on a promo run to promote his new album Nothing Was The Same. Drake stopped by Big Boy’s Neighborhood and Angie Martinez spoke about Kendrick Control verse and mentioned he doesn’t want to make a song with Kendrick Lamar. He also spoke about his relationship with YMCMB and Jay-Z.. Peep the interviews below…Nothing Was The Same is in stores now.