Drake staged a sex-and-puke-filled Degrassi reunion for his latest Scorpion video

Nothing says “Please stop talking about diss tracks, and any accusations of fatherhood they might contain about me” like a little nostalgia, puke, and sex, right? That seems to be the guiding philosophy of Drake’s latest video for his upcoming album Scorpion—out June 29—that sees young Aubrey Graham revisit his old…

The feud between Drake and Pusha T might really be over already 

Kanye West may not be God, but nobody can deny that he’s just about as close as we’re ever going to get. On Saturday, he descended to our mortal realm to try and break up the feud between Drake and Pusha T—though “feud” is a little generous considering that Drake essentially brought Socker Boppers to a knife fight…

Noted peacemaker and unifying figure Kanye West thinks this Drake / Pusha T feud has gone too far

Clearly worried that all this online drama, outsized public egotism, and needless divisiveness will distract people from the important things in life—i.e., the life and antics of one Kanye West—the Ye rapper is now attempting to put his foot down to stop the feud between his frequent collaborator Pusha T and Canadian…

Pusha-T does not feel even the slightest bit sorry, in case you were wondering

Last night, Pusha-T released one of the most caustic, personal diss tracks ever conceived, running rough-shod through Drake’s parents’s divorce, his ethnicity, his alleged illegitimate child, the health of his friend longtime producer Noah “40" Shabib, and a whole lot more. It was low blow after low blow, and released…

Drake, Neko Case, and a deluge of Kanye: The 38 most-anticipated albums of June

Following May’s especially strong lineup of releases, June brings long-awaited returns from Neko Case, Nas, Lykke Li, and Gang Gang Dance, as well as anticipated efforts from Drake, Oneohtrix Point Never, and Zeal & Ardor and promising debuts from Snail Mail and Juliana Daugherty. In hip-hop, it is undoubtedly the…

Pusha T goes scorched earth with his latest Drake diss track 

There’s no point to a polite diss track; after all, nobody’s tuning into a rap feud to hear two guys talk about how much they respectfully disagree with the other guy’s position, and hope they can part as friends. Still, there’s a certain difference between gleefully offering up a “fuck you” to a rival, and going…

The Carter Effect director Sean Menard on how Drake got involved with the project

Sean Menard calls his new documentary, The Carter Effect, a love letter to Toronto, one that examines how the culture in Canada’s biggest city was changed by the presence of the Toronto Raptors and NBA All-Star Vince Carter. In the video above, Menard tells us how he got de facto Toronto ambassador Drake to appear in…

The director of The Carter Effect talks making a movie about the rise of the Toronto Raptors

It’s a good time to be a Toronto Raptors fan. The NBA’s sole Canadian franchise finished the regular season with the second-best record in the league, and Vegas oddsmakers place them as the favorites to come out of the Eastern Conference. But things weren’t always this great. The franchise was founded back in 1995,…

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Drake recruited Tiffany Haddish, Issa Rae, Letitia Wright, and a bunch of other awesome women for his latest new single/video

Congratulations, beloved readers: You’ve survived another week in the working world, a feat that should, by all accounts, be celebrated with a parade of laurels and trumpets sounding from on-high. Parades being in short supply, though, all we’ve actually got for you tonight is an upbeat new Drake track, “Nice For…

Drake showed up to play Fortnite on Twitch, destroyed a site record in the process

The internet got into quite a tizzy last night when Drake popped onto a Twitch stream to hang out and play some games with the website’s current most popular personality, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Ninja and the pop superstar were blasting their way through Fortnite: Battle Royale, the free-to-play multiplayer shooter…