Truffle Butter (feat. Drake & Lil Wayne)
one of Drake’s chicks decided to be cute and leak these two pics. Nothing else to see here folks.
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Drake made a few comments in a Rolling Stone magazine article about Hov always rapping about art. He said,
“It’s like Hov can’t drop bars these days without at least four art references. I would love to collect [art] at some point, but I think the whole Rap/art world thing is getting kind of corny.”
Jay z clapped back at the Canadian rapper with this response on Jay Electronica’s freestyle “We made it” remix
“Sorry Mr. Drizzy for so much art talk/Silly me, rappin’ ’bout sh*t that I really bought / While these rappers rap about guns that they ain’t shot / And a bunch of other silly sh*t that they ain’t got.”
However it’s not the first time Drake has come after Jay. He seemed to make reference to Jay Z and Kanye West on his track “I’m On One,” with the lyrics, “I’m just feelin’ like the throne is for the taking. Watch me take it.”
In the same article, Drake admits that he wasn’t in good graces with Kanye and Jay at one point. ”It was a lack of communication paired with natural competitiveness,” Drake says in the piece. “But those two are gods to me.”
Do you think Drake will come back with a few bars?
Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club weighed in on the subject. Listen below
Drake heavily criticized Rolling Stone for replacing his cover with the late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The Canadian tweeted
Early this Friday morning Drake had a change of heart and issued the below apology titled
“I completely support and agree with Rolling Stone replacing me on the cover with the legendary Phillip (sic) Seymour Hoffman. He is one of the most incredible actors of our time and a man that deserves to be immortalized by this publication. My frustration stemmed from the way it was executed. The circumstances at hand are completely justifiable (on the magazines behalf), but I was not able to salvage my story or my photos and that was devastating. They ran the issue without giving me a choice to be in it or not. I would have waited until it was my time because I understand the magnitude of the cover they chose but I just wasn’t given that option and that made me feel violated. I apologize to anybody who took my initial comments out of context because in no way would I ever want to offend the Hoffman family or see myself as bigger than that moment.”
J. Cole received one heck of a gift for his 29th birthday. Hov‘s original diamond studded Roc-A- Fella chain.
“First of all, happy birthday to J. Cole. It’s his birthday but he’s giving out gifts,” Jay said to the crowd, before turning to him. “So I think it’s only right that you get a gift. That, on your neck, is my original Roc chain — and it’s yours.” It was almost impossible to hear Cole over the eruption of cheers, but we’re pretty confident that he joked, “That’s all I even really wanted, that’s why I did it,” before thanking his mentor and begging for one more track.
J. Cole graciously accepted the chain and even tweeted “unbelievable”.
By the time Cole started peforming “Forbidden Fruit,” Cole said “I’ma drop the album same day as Kanye,” as an opportunity to celebrate with fans the fact that he’d,”f—ed around and sold more albums than Kanye.”
Kendrick Lamar hit the stage with Cole to perform “Forbidden Fruit” as well as his own “Backseat Freestyle” and “m.A.A.d city.” Lamar said “He was one of the first cats to welcome me with open arms in this music business when I ain’t know sh– about it,” Lamar said. “This is not no regular rapper friendship, this is my f–king brother right here.”
After Beyonce‘s Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Thursday, she headed over to Daves & Busters in Times Square for her private album release party. Arcades and Games! What could be better?
Mine rapper Drake got on the mic and said
“I just came out tonight to let you know congratulations to each and every one of you that worked on this s–t, for real. And of course to the queen, the utmost congratulations.”
Beyonce enjoyed herself. She laughed, partied, danced and tossed back drinks all night long.
Drake took a shot at Kendrick Lamar on Future’s Sh*t remix. The verse most likely is a response to Kendrick’s “Control” verse.
“I hear you talk about your city like you run that/ And I brought my tour to your city/ You my son there, n—-a,” he spits over the Mike WiLL Made It-produced beat. “If a n—-a say my name, he the hot s—/ But if I say the n—a name, he still the hot s— / F—ed up/ Lucky I don’t feed into the gossip.”
“If a n*gga say my name he the hot shit / But if I say that nigga name he still the hot shit.” The Canadian rapper also says, “Funny how they dangling the bait but I’m the one that’s killing niggas on the hook.”
TDE’s Top Dawg and Punch responded on Twitter to Drake’s verse on Future’s “Shit” remix,
If this is the best shit niggas got… I feel sorry 4 em…lmao (top Dawg)
Hahahahah. That’s it? Really? (Punch)