Concerts can be boring. Typically, you’ve got an artist on stage singing songs and stuff, and then a bunch of spotlights beaming columns of color through some fake smoke. But something new is on the horizon, and it’s equal parts creepy and futuristic.
Spotify just found out there’s such a thing as too much Drake.
The most-watched YouTube video of all time, “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, was was briefly removed from YouTube early Tuesday morning, along with several other popular YouTube videos, after hackers seemingly defaced the videos.
If you’re reading this you got hacked, Drake.
If you thought Aubrey Graham’s career peaked at playing Jimmy Brooks on Degrassi: The Next Generation, apparently a bunch of other stuff also happened after he left the show that now warrants an entire coloring book dedicated to his life and accomplishments.
Nope. They’re not a fan at all. Especially the Hulk.
The works of artist James Turrell have been described as mind-altering experiences that contort reality and change people’s ability to perceive truth. Apparently this happened to Drake, who after seeing Turrell’s art in person, copied it almost exactly in a new video.
A "large, sophisticated" tunnel was recently discovered near York University in Toronto. Unlike regular, non-spooky tunnels built for known reasons, the Toronto Mystery Tunnel was forged by hands unknown, for deeds unknown. Maybe it was Drake?
Makonnonen's been having a moment ever since Drake hopped on this track early this fall. Now it's Tuesday, and the video just dropped, so playing the song's appropriate. But the song works every day, always.
Welcome to the YOLO Estate, the $7.7 million residence in L.A.'s Hidden Hills that was recently purchased by Drake. But it wasn't necessarily the home itself that caught the eye of the rapper/songwriter/Degrassi alum, according to a recent interview with Rolling Stone. It was the grotto.
Drake dropped his latest album, Nothing Was the Same, today. This is the video for "Hold On We're Going Home," which not at all believable because there's no way in hell Aubrey Drake Graham knows his way around an automatic weapon.
Pandora wants you to know that Pandora is good for music because it pays artists millions and millions of dollars for their songs. Take Drake and Lil Wayne, they get nearly $3 million each a year. And Pandora wants to pay them more.
This song has an awful title. It sounds like it should be the name of some horrible bar in Tijuana. That's okay—ignore it. Drake's latest is lush and lovely. And perfect for a Monday.
Sunday's BET Awards were a lot of fun. Particularly fun? Chris Brown, his ex-girlfriend and former assault victim Rihanna, and Rihanna's current boyfriend Drake all being called onstage as winners at once. The culprit? A confused girl with a tablet.