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10 Lines From Drake’s New Album That Can Be Used In Everyday Life

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New music from Drake automatically means Internet holiday, you can expect your timeline on any social network to become littered with poorly executed captions, and cluttered hashtags. This is because the ’6 God’ has the ability of conveying everyday thoughts and emotions into song form, leaving his fans with an arsenal of spiteful one-liners and petty metaphors to chose from.

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Yeezys? What Yeezys? Drake Drops New Album, “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”

While sneakerheads were complaining about missing out on the Yeezy 3s and basketball fanatics prepared to boot hipsters out of Brooklyn for NBA All-Star weekend, Drake dropped an album. It’s called If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and even though you are, in fact, late, we bet you want to hear it anyway. Click here for the download from iTunes.

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Drake Surprises Fans With Brand New Short Film, ‘Jungle’

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-By Renaud Jean Baptiste Jr. 

Drake fans received quite the surprise this morning when the OVO general dropped an unexpected short film, simply entitled ‘Jungle’ via his Vimeo page. The film, which runs just a shy under 15 minutes, looks to have been shot between Los Angeles and his hometown of Toronto. It’s reflective and artsy tone falls in line with the music Drake is globally known for.  Read more…

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An Abridged History of Rappers Who Also Sing

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It’s still a mystery as to why singing became a sign of softness in rap, when rappers have been singing on songs since the beginning of hip hop. Yes, there are rappers like Drake who sing about drunk texting exes and Biz Markie who sang about being friend-zoned but so what? Historically, artists like Queen Latifah, Cee Lo Green and Andre 3000 took singing and incorporated it into their songs so well that their music didn’t suffer from the stigma, they got better. Take a look back on rappers throughout history who sang and rapped and no one gave a fuss.

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Let’s Fight Over Rihanna’s Greatest Number Ones While We Wait For Her New Album

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-By Chris Carpenter 

The world is anxiously awaiting the return of our favorite bad gal. With 13 number one songs under her diamond-encrusted belt, Rihanna is currently tied with Michael Jackson as the third act in history with the most number 1 hits. The duo are preceded by Mariah Carey and Elvis Presley with 18 number ones apiece and the Beatles with 20 chart-toppers.

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