Despite a lot of people having something negative to say about Drake’s “Chaining Tatum” line and Jay Z’s limited bars on “Pop Style,” Champagne Papi fans did not stop consuming the single as well as his other April 5 release “One Dance.” Both songs debuted in the Top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
After what feels like an eternity for Drake’s Views From the 6, he has finally locked down an official release date: April 29. The project will be an Apple Music exclusive when it’s initially released.
From Puff Daddy with CÎROC vodka, Jay-Z with his Armand de Brignac branded Ace of Spades champagne, and Ludacris with Conjure cognac, there’s a long tradition in hip-hop of rappers with their own endorsed lines of alcohol. Now Drake appears set to join in that tradition with a brand of liquor all his own. In a post that he tossed up onto Instagram last night, Drizzy revealed that new brand, Virginia Black Whiskey, is set to debut soon, and he seems very excited about it.
It looks like the holidays are coming early for people on the West Coast. A post on the OVO blog revealed today that a flagship store is opening in Los Angeles very soon. According to a short video announcement featuring Drake, the doors will open at 11 a.m. PST on Dec. 5.
Drake & Future mixtape might finally arrive after weeks of rumors & speculations. While performing down in ATL Friday night for the Music Midtown Festival, Drizzy reportedly confirmed to the crowd during his set that he and Future have a joint project on the way. According to tweets he said: “take a break from Views now it’s back to that, and me and Future got a tape before that.” He also said, “Sunday will be madness,” “Sunday we’re gonna make a m*********** movie..”