The “Champagne Papi” may have Started From The Bottom, but from the looks of it he’s gotten pretty comfortable sitting at the top of the charts. Drake went on Instagram late last night to announce his new title as “Plat Papi” after the lead single earned him yet another Platinum plaque by surpassing the mark for a over million copies sold.
As of now there is still no official release date for his latest EP, Nothing Was The Same. However, Drake was sure to drop a bar in his 2011 joint Headlines that would let us know his work was not to be rushed, “I just take my time with all this shit, I still believe in that.”
So go ahead and take your time then, Drizzy.
Congratulations to the entire OVO team!
Justin Timberlake put on his Suit & Tie to perform his new single “Mirrors” live at the 2013 BRIT awards last night.
You may have noticed that the 55th Annual Grammy Awards went down last night. Jay-Z and Kanye West scooped 3 Grammys each and Drizzy took home best rap album. Christian rapper Lecrae also scooped a Grammy for Best Gospel Album for Gravity. We posted the hip hop winners here but for those interested you can check out the complete list of 2013 Grammy Winners below.
Frank Ocean took to the stage at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards to perform his Channel ORANGE track ‘Forrest Gump’.
After winning his Grammy for the Best Rap Album, Drake spoke to Ryan Seacrest and announced the title of his third album… Nothing was The Same.
The Grammy awards for Hip Hop and RnB were given out earlier at the pre-show ceremony and it was good news for Jay-Z, Kanye West and Drake. Drake took home the award for Best Rap Album for Take Care and promptly released his Started From The Bottom Video. Check out the rest of the winners for the Hip Hop and RnB categories below:
Best Rap Performance: Jay-Z & Kanye West “Niggas In Paris”
Best Rap Song: Jay-Z & Kanye West “Niggas In Paris”
Best Rap Album: Drake “Take Care”
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration – Kanye West, The Dream, Frank Ocean, Jay-Z “No Church In The Wild”
Best Urban Contemporary Album – Frank Ocean “Channel Orange”
Best R&B Performance: Usher “Climax”
Best R&B Song: Miguel “Adorn”
Best R&B Album: Robert Glasper “Experiment Black Radio”