Here is somethin' different, to say the least. Drake has an unreleased video for "We'll Be Fine" that French director Mikael Colombu first released in trailer form last January. Now, I guess because it's a Saturday in December, the full video is released and features some live footage of Drake, visual effects, typography, and even an angel of Aaliyah. Watch and see above.
In the ongoing press run for Anchorman 2, Will Ferrell touches on the hip hop community's love for the movie. In fact, I'm pretty sure communities of all kinds love Anchorman, but Will is specifically marveled at how the characters and lines have been referenced in rap songs for the past decade. That should only continue after the release of the second movie on December 18th.
Ferrell also laughably brings up "N words in Paris" so stay tuned through to the end of this quick 2 minute clip for that.
The cameos they talk about as well (apparently there are a ton in one scene) will also feature Drake & Kanye, in case you forgot.
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Chicago emcee Words recruits singer Beau Vallis on "Too Much". The Drake inspired track off the NWTS album digs deep into Words' career, discussing self doubt, potential, and becomes a bit personal in allowing you an entry in to the lyrical genius' psyche.
Written & recorded over Drake's "Connect" instrumental, NeKo gives the people something to satisfy the cravings until he can release his official next single. "Swangin" puts a lyrical spin on the original song with NeKo transforming it into an almost "venting" rendition. The song has us swerving on a journey through his "changing lanes" mind frame while recording his debut Apollo 18 EP
Apollo 18 EP will be available soon on ThaFixx.com & Itunes. It is produced fully by Trakksounds & Albie Dickson. Apollo 18 EP, NeKo's debut EP, is inspired completely by the city of Houston. It will show the world, "H-Town", but through a less glamorized perspective. The plan is to completely elude the cliche style of Houston rap, while still keeping the culture alive. It is a mission of ambition and a progression to expand the city's horizons, metaphorically &
To be honest my Drake experience kicked off a bit interesting. My friend and I played "musical chairs" a good portion to try and get better views of the show and people here in AZ are super tight asses to be honest. It ain't like Chicago thats for sure.
Anyhow, I'll cut to the chase. I thought overall dope show. With Drake being a lot of his music aren't exactly "turn up bangers" where you get crazy made it more of an actual experience because he had my mood levels go up and down. Similar to a roller coaster.
His lyrics are on point man. FIRE! I think Drake is probably one of the underrated lyricists out there. Aside from some of his older stuff, and of course "bangers". I thought when he and "Future", performed "Same Damn Time", to me the energy was absolutely amazing bar none.
Drake isn't really a dancer I noticed, but more of a like a Jay-Z if you've ever seen him live. There lyrics, beats, and vibe are so powerful onstage the energy kinda carries thru his lyrical flow.
In the end before "Started From The Bottom", Drake was on this super high contraption above the crowd and spent like 20 min shouting out each side of the crowd and a few individual peeps. It was kinda cool although his ass forgot to shout me out :)
The circular contraption + lighting of Drake's "Would You Like A Tour?"
The Drake concert was an excellent experience. His ability to transitions songs and interact with an arena filled to capacity was awesome. There was a circular contraption the lowered from the ceiling Drake walked on it to literally shout out individuals in the audience in freestyle. He rapped each shout out and rhymed 70 percent of the time.
Miguel's performance was filled with energy and he proved to be an amazing dancer. His music live is even better. Would you like a tour rocked!
Here's the track for your weekend. New Timbo, Jay Z, Drake, and James Fauntleroy. I'd like to *Tibs Fav. three fifths of this track: Drake's verse, Fauntleroy at the end, and the production. Give this a spin.