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Drake Opens Tour In Pittsburgh With Wiz Khalifa, Future, Jhene Aiko and Miguel

Drake opened up his Would You Like a Tour? dates behind his new LP Nothing was the Same in Pittsburgh, Penn. on Friday (Oct. 19) night. Drizzy didn’t do it alone. In…

Exclusive: Paris Hilton Reveals New Snoop And Flo Rida Cameos On YMCMB LP, Thoughts On Drake NTWS

The world’s most business-minded heiress is getting busy in Birdman’s studio and she doesn’t care what haters have to say. Paris Hilton popped by VIBE today (Sept. 25)…

6 Questions About Drake’s ‘Hold On We’re Going Home’ Video

No one heard Drake’s ’80s-flavored “Hold On, We’re Going Home” track and envisioned a Miami Vice/Scarface-inspired music video complete with rotary phones, machine guns…

Q&A: ‘Scarface’ Legend Steven Bauer Talks Working With Drake In ‘Hold On We’re Going Home’ Video

Scarface stans two-stepped into a time machine for Drake’s latest cinematic offering, “Hold On We’re Going Home.” Not only were the spiffy suits and Miami club scene in…

Vixen Review: ‘Nothing Was The Same’ is the Sound of a Man With Confidence

Insatiability can be mankind’s Achilles heel, and we ladies know it best. In our personal quests to find Mr. Right, we tend to craft these fantasy-like mental mock-ups…

10 Things Drake Struggles With On ‘Nothing Was The Same’

Drake’s new album, Nothing Was the Same, is filled with struggle. And we don’t mean any disrespect by that. It’s just that Drizzy sounds like he has a lot on his mind on…

Drake Says ‘Pound Cake’ Collabo Almost Made Jay-Z’s ‘Magna Carta … Holy Grail’ LP

Drake truly got to have his cake and eat it too with the closer of this third album, Nothing Was The Same. The Toronto superstar linked with Jay-Z for the first half of…

Phone Jack: TJR Shows VIBE Private Cell Phone Photos

TJ Rozdilsky, aka TJR, has the remix chops of a Karate black belt. Last week, he made sound tidal waves with his electro remix of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” off…

25 Forgotten Drake Lyrics

Drake may be the biggest rapper in the world right now—and the most quotable—but there are parts of his discography that many people have never heard before. Remember…