Toronto rapper Drake wants all the smoke online. After social media comedian Druski excluded him from an Instagram post showing love to all his real ones, Drizzy responded with how let down he was.
Drake Takes Shots At Druski
Drake took to the comment section to let his voice be heard. He hilariously roasted Druski and went off in a playful way, to which Druski later responded to with a separate post.
“Swear I just faded away” – Lil Yachty
“Wow the fact I’m not in this bullsh*t a*s post” – Drake
“The pic of you and Herbo from the airport pickup location he not even really knowing who u are all the way look at his eyes. The only thing that needs fading away is your sideburn into your beard”
Drake Posts Up With Meek Mill In Bahamas
The OVO Sound boss might be on his music grind all year. The rap heavyweight reportedly packed his bags for a recent trip to the Bahamas to shoot a music video with longtime friend and fellow hip-hop artist Meek Mill. New reports claim that he’s in the tropical paradise with none other than the Philadelphia rapper. Although no exact details have been released, the pair are grinding together and working on some audio and visual heat.
“I heard Drake and Meek in Bahamas shooting a music video…hmmm. Heard that content will soon fwd.”
New Drake Song Leaked Ahead Of Album
Fans of the Canadian rap icon are eagerly awaiting his upcoming Certified Lover Boy album, but in the meantime there’s a leaked song called “Lucky Lefty” to feed their appetite. Drake goes into his past on “Lucky Lefty,” addressing his family and the pressures he felt to provide at a young age, plus how fortunate he believes he’s been. The track is reportedly produced by Pi’erre Bourne. Word on the Internet is the song probably won’t be on the album due to clearance issues with the Isley Brothers sample.
“Drake – Lucky Lefty🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥”
Drake Tops List Of Most-Streamed Artists
The Grammy winner has once again dusted the competition. Even without releasing an album in 2020, the 6 God has topped the list of most-streamed artists of the year and this doesn’t come as a surprise to anybody.
Rapper and singer Drake topped the charts and became the most streamed artist in 2020. According to Spotify list in the UK and HITS Daily Double, Drake beats 49 other musicians to become the most streamed artist with more than five billion streams. On January 2, HITS Daily Double posted their final list of the most-streamed artists of the year. Drake sits at the top of the list at 5.6 billion streams. Drake’s streams went high after his sole project of 2020, Dark Lane Demo Tapes, and his booming single Laugh Now, Cry Later featuring Lil Durk. (Republic World)