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Freddie Gibbs and Madlib released their Bandana album last week, and since then the project has been highly-praised by many with some calling it an album of the year candidate. To promote the project, Gibbs appeared on Real 92.3 in Los Angeles with Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed. The visit ended with a freestyle session, where Gangsta Gibbs rips Drake and Rick Ross’ “Money in the Grave” track. Watch the performance below.

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In celebration of the Toronto Raptors winning their first-ever NBA Championship, Drake comes with two new tracks. First announced moments after his hometown team clinched the title over the Golden State Warriors, the 6 God releases “Omertà” and “Money In the Grave.” While the Canadian superstar keeps it solo on the first record, its follow-up is a long-awaited reunion with MMG head honcho Rick Ross. The records come on the ninth anniversary of Drake’s debut album, Thank Me Later. A toast to the champions and supporters, stream Drizzy’s The Best In The World Pack.

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Seven months after their public truce, Chris Brown and Drake deliver their first collaboration in nearly nine years. “No Guidance” is a laid-back, R&B jam from the two superstars, as the croon away over the production of Vinylz, J-Louis, 40 & Teddy Walton. A breezy mid-tempo perfect for the summer season, “No Guidance” is set to appear on Chris Brown’s INDIGO LP due June 21.

The 37-track album features guest appearances by Justin Bieber, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Lil’ Wayne, Tyga, Juvenile, G-Eazy, Tory Lanez and more. Hear Breezy and Drizzy reunite on “No Guidance” below.

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Chris Brown’s ninth studio album INDIGO is set to drop later this year. Slowly, the R&B star has been teasing fans slowly rolling out details surrounding the new project. In the early hours of Thursday morning (May 2), Breezy took to Instagram where he revealed who will appear on the album. Along with Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy on the single “Wobble Up,” Justin Bieber, Lil’ Wayne, H.E.R., Tyga, Juicy J, Gunna, Tory Lanez, Tank, Lil’ Jon, Juvenile, Joyner Lucas, and Sage the Gemini are all set to appear on the album. The revelation also features some teasing, as Brown notes “DRAKE” may also serve as a guest.

See the announcement below.

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On Thursday night (Apr. 11), Drake closed out the last of a seven-night run in London on his “Assassination Vacation” European tour with Tory Lanez. For the final show at London’s O2 Arena, the OVO star came with a huge surprise as J. Cole came out on stage to perform the song “Middle Child.”

I can’t wait to make some new music with you,” said Drake to Cole World following the performance. “I know we been working, I can’t wait to let these people hear it,” the 6 God continued, teasing the sold-out crowd that new music from the pair is on the way. Watch the moment below.

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Future and Drake are ready to give fans the sequel. Currently, the pair are overseas on Drizzy’s ‘Assassination Vacation’ European tour, where Hendrix has appeared as a special guest the last three nights in London. On Thursday night (Apr. 4), Future posted a clip to his Instagram Story where Drake appears and the duo tease part two of What a Time To Be Alive. “What’s that? We gotta cook that up…that 2,” says Drake, holding up two fingers. “It’s already cooked, top secret,” Future soon follows.

The Atlanta rapper followed that up hours later by tweeting two diamond emojis. The diamond, of course, was used as the cover of Drake and Future’s What a Time To Be Alive collaborative album, released in 2015. The project debuted at No. 1 on Billboard and went on to be certified platinum by the RIAA.

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Cardi B leads the way, as the nominations for the 2019 Billboard Music Awards were announced on Thursday (Apr. 4). The Bronx rapper lands 21 nods in 18 categories, just missing the all-time record of 22 set by Drake and The Chainsmokers in 2017. Following Cardi are Drake and Post Malone, who both land 17 nominations each. Travis Scott’s breakout year continues with 12 nods, while the late XXXTentacion earns 10 nominations. Beyoncé & JAY-Z, Bruno Mars, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Ella Mai, Lil’ Baby, and Juice WRLD are some of the other nominees for this year’s event.

Hosted by Kelly Clarkson, the 2019 Billboard Music Awards takes place live the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 1. The show airs live on NBC at 8 p.m. EST. See the full nominees below.

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Spoken word artist Mustafa the Poet might be familiar to some, as a feature on The Weeknd’s STARBOY-cut “Attention.” The Toronto native, born to Sudanese parents, has released a short-film entitled Remember Me, Toronto. Lead by an original score done by Noah “40” Shebib, the 11-minute piece focuses on the subject of gun violence that plagued the Canadian metropolis in recent years. Various artists in Toronto’s music scene, including Drake and his OVO Sound artist Baka Not Nice, make appearances in the project. Watch it below.

“Remember Me, Toronto” is a project created for artists in this video & everyone in our communities. Gun violence and homicide rates in Toronto have been on a steady increase for the past decade. To realize that the greater issue is not between us, there is a larger beast and systemic structure working against us. The city’s “priority neighbourhoods” are tucked away. They tuck away our truth and our humanity. We wanted to give these artists the opportunity to rewrite their memories and the memories of those they lost.

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Rising R&B star Summer Walker gets a huge co-sign as Drake joins her on the remix for “Girls Need Love.” The original, off the singer’s Last Day of Summer LP released last year, gets an upgrade as the Canadian superstar hops on the record. Drizzy adds to the melodic number opting to add some soothing vocals versus a guest rap.

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A new Drake release sweeping the Billboard charts is as certain as death and taxes, but his old stuff doesn’t do too badly either. According to Nielsen Music, the 10th anniversary reissue of Drizzy’s breakout project So Far Gone, released on all streaming platforms on Feb. 15, has debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 after moving 45,000 first-week units (7,000 in pure album sales, the rest from streaming).

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