Part 1: Is Drake The ‘Next Big Thing’ In Hip-Hop?

If you missed the show tonite on MTV, here’s the Drake “Better Than Good Enough” special in full. The same crew that made Jay-Z’s Fade to Black doc, Radical Media, followed Drake for four months, all the way up until his debut album sold 447,000 copies in this past week. I liked the documentary because it was really well done. But I can see why my twit-pal CaughtintheWeb says that Drake’s producer Noah “40” Shebib is the most compelling part of the show. His health struggle and his observations about Drake are just that. And maybe its also: I get the sense that Drake is such a measured industry vet….that while there are fascinating parts of his story, there are not necessarily candid ones. I wonder if every action and word is laid-out in his mind-script.

watch the rest of the show….
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Part 2: Drake Just Wants People To Be Confident In His Abilities

Pt 3: Drake Puts The Finishing Touches On Thank Me Later

Pt 4: Drake’s Biggest Fear Is Losing His Producer, Noah ’40’ Shebib

Pt 5: Drake’s Show At Governor’s Island Is Canceled

Pt 6: Drake Believes He Gets ‘Everything Good In Life’ From His Mom

Pt 7: Drake Sells 446,680 Copies Of Thank Me Later In The First Week