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Drizzy Drake Thank Me Later download

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Well it looks like Drizzy Drake has had his debut album, Thank Me Later download available now. This is an excellent album, and if you are interested in getting it just click here!

Drake & Jay-Z – “Light Up”

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Here is a new song off of Thank Me Later by Drizzy Drake and Jay-Z entitled Light Up. This is a highly anticipated track to leak, and unfortunately it has Evil Empire tags on it. Even with the tags it still sounds great. Listen to Light Up below and leave a comment.
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Drizzy Drake Thank Me Later Tracklist

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Below is the official Thank Me Later tracklist by Drake. Drizzy has a lot of features, Thank Me Later drops June 15th and is sure to be a huge hit!

1. Fireworks (Feat Alicia Keys) (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib)
2. Karaoke (Produced by Francis & The Lights)
3. The Resistance (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib)
4. Over (Produced by Boi-1da)
5. Show Me A Good Time (Produced by Kanye West)
6. Up All Night (Feat Nicki Minaj) (Produced by Boi-1da)
7. Fancy (Feat T.I. & Swizz Beatz) (Produced by Swizz Beatz)
8. Shut It Down (Feat The Dream) (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib & Omen)
9. Unforgettable (Feat Young Jeezy) (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib & Boi-1da)
10. Light Up (Feat Jay-Z) (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib & Tone Mason)
11. Miss Me (Feat Lil Wayne) (Produced by Boi-1da & Noah “40″ Shebib)
12. Cece’s Interlude (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib)
13. Find Your Love (Produced by Kanye West)
14. Thank Me Now (Produced by Timbaland)

DRAKE – FIREWORKS LYRICS

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syiDZbI8_uw

Below are the Fireworks lyrics by Drake off his upcoming debut album Thank Me Later. Leave a comment with any corrections you may have, thank you and enjoy!

Money just changed everything, I wonder how life without it would go
From the concrete who knew that a flower would grow
Lookin’ down from the top and its crowded below
My fifteen minutes started an hour ago
Truth over fame, you know I respect the blatant shit
When I hear talkin, I just don’t know what to make of it
Hate is so familiar to me, I’m slowly embracing it
Doesn’t come natural, bear with me it could take a bit
Yeah, and my dreams who I’m racing with
You can see I’m pacin it so that I’m always chasin’ it
Wayne put me right here, that’s who I get the paper with
I hope that my success never alters our relationship
Yeah, this life is something I would die for
Octobers Own, but its lookin’ like July 4th
But I just wish they’d let you try it first
This time Im really goin’ off, fireworks

Drake – “Shut It Down” f. The Dream download

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

Here is the song Shut It Down by Drizzy Drake featuring The Dream. This will definitely be on Thank Me Later. This song is super hot, and it will definitely be a big hit with the ladies. Click below to download it and leave your thoughts in the comments.
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Drake – “Over” [Prod. by Boi-1da & Al Khaaliq]

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Here it is! “Over“, Drizzy Drake‘s first single off of his debut album Thank Me Later. Download below and let us know your thoughts in the comments! Lyrics coming soon
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Drake’s First Single, “Over” Premieres At Midnight Tonight

Thursday, March 4th, 2010
Drake Over Single Cover?

Drake Over Single Cover?

According to Drizzy Drake‘s OVO site, tonight at midnight we will be hearing “Over“, Drake‘s first single off of his debut album Thank Me Later! Who’s excited for this?

Drake Interview With Billboard

Saturday, January 9th, 2010
Drake sits down with Billboard

Drake sits down with Billboard

Drizzy Drake recently sat down with Billboard and discussed how his career is going. Read the interview below and see what he says about the Grammies, and also learn some songs on his upcoming album.

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Drake Speaks On “Thank Me Later” Album

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009
Drake discusses Thank Me Later

Drake discusses Thank Me Later

One year ago, Aubrey Drake Graham was best known for playing Jimmy Brooks on “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” Fast forward to 2009 and the Canadian actor-turned-rapper has a No. 1 record (“Best I Ever Had”) and Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Eminem on his résumé. He’s also readying the most-anticipated debut from a rapper since 50 Cent with next year’s Thank Me Later. The Young Money rookie has been holed up in Toronto over the past couple months recovering from knee surgery, but checked in with Rap-Up.com for an update on his eagerly-awaited album.

How far along are you in the recording process?
I’m still in an early stage. This is my first album and it takes a lot for me to commit to a song and be like, “I like this enough that I’m gonna put it on the album.” Every artist will have their album list, like these are the songs I’m considering. It takes a lot for me to put a song onto that list. It’s gotta be a real great song. It’s gotta be something that I feel is timeless and is better than anything that I’ve ever done. Towards the end, you listen to it as a full body of work and start to appreciate certain songs that you may not have seen the vision for initially. I’m gettin’ there though. I’mma get it done. Next few months, it’ll be done.

Who have you worked with so far?
I haven’t really worked with that many people. I sat down with Pharrell for a couple days, but it was very, very early in the recording process, so I wasn’t sonically sure what I wanted. I’m about to sit with Timbaland. Kanye and me have a lot of work to do together, and then other than them, just [Noah "40" Shebib] and Boi-1da who did the majority of the mixtape [So Far Gone] with me.

There are reports that “Shut It Down,” featuring The-Dream and produced by 40, is the first single from the album. Is that true?
No, it’s not the first single. It deserves to be a single at some point, but it’s not the first single.

Have you selected a first single?
No, not yet. I have trouble doing that. I’d say I have about six songs done and to pick from just six is hard for me ’cause I don’t know what else is going to come. With So Far Gone, before “Best I Ever Had” became the single, the entire project was done and it just happened to be the most commercially viable, catchiest song. I like picking my singles like that. Now obviously my management hates that because that doesn’t give them much time to work it. But I’m a big believer that everything should happen organically and if it doesn’t then something’s not right, and I don’t really want to change my formula. Before I start working a single, I need to get about 10, 15, 20 songs done so I can pick from a batch of music as opposed to just committing to something right now.

Does the album have a release date?
Not right now, but I’m hoping for February.

Drake Reacts To Lil Wayne’s Jail Sentence

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
Drake responds to Lil Waynes sentencing

Drake responds to Lil Waynes sentencing

Not even jail time can faze Lil Wayne. The rap superstar is keeping his head up in the wake of his expected year behind bars over attempted gun possession. He is scheduled to be formally sentenced in February. Wayne’s Young Money affiliate Drake speaks exclusively with Rap-Up.com about how his friend is coping with the news and how he’ll be holding down the fort when his boss takes leave.
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