EveryoneLovesHipHop.com has teamed up with LiveNation.com to bring you an exclusive contest to win a pair of tickets to see Drake live in concert on his Club Paradise Tour.
J. Cole, Waka Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz and French Montana will join Drake on the second leg of his Club Paradise tour.
“I feel like this tour is coming at the perfect time,” says Drake. “It’s taking place in the season that we all wait for, We’re outdoors and you’ve got every single artist you wait to hear in the club on one bill…that’s Club Paradise.”
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Contest ends May 7th,2012 and the winner must be able to go to any of the concert venue locations below.
Many hip-hop artists tend to explore and collaborate with electronic dance music musicians to expans their reach worldwide. Artists that you may have noticed did that are Nicki Minaj, Flo Rida, and Usher, good news is Drake says he won’t follow that trend.
During an interview with NME (via MixMag), the Young Money rapper said that he has no interest in making “David Guetta stuff” because it isn’t true to his artistry.
“For me, the David Guetta stuff just doesn’t work. I don’t really wanna go there,” he said. “There’s other artists, that’s their sound. They feel in order to thrive internationally that they gotta do straightforward, four to the floor, David Guetta, Pitbull music.”
He says that he’d rather collaborate with someone like Jamie xx, who worked on the title track for Take Care.
“For me, I’d rather go to somebody like Jamie xx and tell him, ‘Look, I really wanna turn the club upside down, but I wanna do it with integrity, with soul.”
Around the hiphop blogosphere, everyone makes out Toronto’s own Drake to be so sensitive but look at what recently happened. Last night, Drake and his crew almost got put to the test during an altercation that almost turned ugly outside a London club called Funky Buddah. Global Grind reports:
“The 25-year-old rapper didn’t look too pleased, but thankfully the bouncers and the crew sorted out their problems. Drake and his entourage were eventually able to enter the club and it was smooth sailing after that.”
Drizzy Drake takes us on a journey back to his Jewish Roots on his latest visual to his smash single, “HYFR (Hell Ya F***in’ Right)” featuring Lil Wayne. The video takes place at the Temple Israel in Miami at depicts Drake’s Bar Mitzvah. Track is also off Drake’s latest and Platinum album, Take Care. The usual suspects of Birdman, DJ Khaled, Mack Maine, and Trey Songz make appearances in the wild festive party directed by fellow Toronto-native, Little X. Mazal Tov!
Following his funnier moments with Tim Westwood imitating Lil Wayne, Drake gets a bit more serious to discuss selling out two O2 Arena dates in London, the impact of “YOLO”, getting punk’d by Ashton Kutcher and more. After the cut Drizzy talks about the N Word, exclusive YOLO sneakers, and more.
As Drake continues his Club Paradise tour, he made his way to his second to last US stop in San Jose last night. Watch footage from the performance, including “Crew Love”, “She Will” and “The Zone“. More footage of Drizzy performing “Take Care” after the jump.
There are always fans out there that go the extra mile to prove their love and commitment for their favorite artist but when Drake and I quote, said “Tat my F*ckin name on you so I know it’s real” on his “Free Spirit” track, I am almost certain people wouldn’t take it literally.
In recent news, a fan took a picture of herself with Drizzy’s name tattooed on her forehead and Power 106′s Mando Fresko caught up with Drake to discuss the matter.
One of our personal favorites off Drake‘s Take Care album, “The Motto”, is gaining a ton of radio requests and on that note, will be his next single to be released. With the visuals dropping in the very near future, “The Motto” along with “Take Care”, will be officially added on radio stations on January 10th, 2012. Until then, Take Care!
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