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Drake’s ‘So Far Gone’ Debuting In Top 10 On Billboard 200

Ten years ago, college campuses were enthralled in Drake‘s romantic verses and relatable sonic vignettes on his ubiquitous mixtape, So Far Gone. It was conveniently…

‘So Far Gone’: Re-Reviewing Drake’s Iconic Mixtape 10 Years Later

“Draaaake?! Draaaake?! Aubrey Graham in a wheelchair… Draaaake?!” Soulja Boy’s viral rant, while hilarious to 15 million viewers who watched The Breakfast Club

What Toronto’s Music Scene Thinks Of Drake’s 2009 Breakout Mixtape “So Far Gone”

One of hip-hop’s foundational principles is repping your city, but it means something more when you have a hometown that is rarely recognized in the landscape. When Drake…

Drake Thanks Kanye West, Lil Wayne, And More On ‘So Far Gone’ Anniversary

"I will never forget anybody involved in this journey."

For The Lovers: Win A Copy Of ‘So Far Gone’ Signed By Drake!

In his own words, Drake “changed rap forever” five years ago, when he unleashed his classic So Far Gone mixtape onto the Internet and completely gave hip-hop mean…

‘So Far Gone’ Turns 5: Why Drake’s Mixtape Came At The Perfect Time

In February 2009, Drake had a date with destiny. And it wasn’t a one-night stand. Ernest Baker reflects on that one time Drake got rich off a mixtape 2009 was a weird…

Drake’s Producer Noah “40” Shebib Explains How They Created Their Sound and Most Personal Records

With all talks of Take Care’s leak aside, Drake‘s second full-length album can’t come any sooner. The reason Take Care is so sonically pleasing, filled with warm and…

Omarion Names His Most Anticipated 2010 Releases, Talks ‘Ollusion’

While Omarion awaits the Tuesday (Jan. 12) release of his new album Ollusion, the former B2K frontman is also looking forward to projects from his peers. Two big albums…

Omarion Says “No Bad Blood” With Young Money

As with shotgun weddings and annulments, an artist’s time on a record label can be fleeting. Just two months after R&B singer Omarion signed to Lil Wayne’s Young Money