Posts Tagged ‘Drake’

What’s a summer without a hit single by everyone’s favorite rapper from the T.O.


That’s right   Maurice and Marquess have declared “Ashton Martin Music”  the official jam of the weekend!   Just because you don’t own an Ashton Martin doesn’t exclude you from bumping this joint in your Chevy Tahoe,  Saturn, or your Honda Accord,  hell bump this b*tch on your Ipod while riding the train and call it “Metro Music”.

The latest single from Rick Ross’ album “Teflon Don” features the vocals of Chrisette Michele along with Drake.  However, the real star of this track is the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League who produced the exceptional beat.   Make sure you crank this one up to fully enjoy the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League’s production as you bump this jam and enjoy the weekend. Peace!

Yep, another leaked track off of Drake’s upcoming much anticipated “Thank Me Later” album.  The lovely Ms. Alicia Keys really adds an extra dimension with her emotional but silky smooth vocals.  We see more of a sensitive introspective Drake who briefly touches upon relationship issues he has expeirienced in his past.  We also get a brief peak into his past as he speaks on being abandoded at a young age my his father.  This track definetely has hit written all over it…

Drake and Cash Money records have released a video for the Kanye-produced “Find Your Love”.  In a video reminiscent of the R.Kelly and Mr.Bigg minidramas 0f the 90s Drake attempts to “find his loving” one more time before leaving Jamaica.  However, this puts him in direct conflict with a Jamaican crime boss who “owns” the lovely Maliah Michel. The video is latest single from Drake’s much-anticipated and much hyped “Thank Me Later” album releasing this summer (June 15).  Drake who has released some serious heat in his songs has dropped the ball in my opinion when it comes to videos (see: “Best I Ever Had”).  Although  overly dramatic and a bit clichéd I do enjoy the clips of Maliah Michel so I would give the video 3 stars out of 5.  I would cut out some of the lack luster dialogue and focus on more shots of Ms.Michel.  But I do enjoy the song for what it is – something you can bump in the ride while chilling with your lady friend.  But am I the only one who feels this beat sounds like something Kanye produced for “808’s and Heartbreak”?