Nothing Was The Same, Drake's newest album has leaked onto the interwebs nine days ahead of its intended September 24th release. The twitter-sphere was the the initial rumour mill for the leak, and is now the primary source to download the album. Many downloads are password protected, but if you scour the many Drake-related tweets, you'll find a source to hook you up.
A major source of excitement on the album is the Drake-Jay Z collab "Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2." The track has Jay Z reworking some classic Kanye lines, and even references Carrie Underwood. "Wu Tang Forever," already released, was another point of excitement, although Wu-Tang Clan member Inspectah Deck chastised Drake for making a song that has nothing to do with Wu-Tang. Go download the album to see what the deal is with both tracks and the album itself.
Get at it right HERE (or, you know, find your own)
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McKinnon pulled out cigarettes during the skit, so as to imply a stereotype about Montrealers and smoking that doesn't exist.
The trope is more suited to mimicking Parisians from France, who are known for their smoking fetish. (If they wanted to point out Montrealers' love of smoking, they should have used our legal weed instead.)
It turns out I'm not the only one who feels this way, because a billboard popped up in Los Angeles this week, which praises Canadians' ability to get along with each other, and it's getting quite the reaction.
The billboard is a part of an advertising campaign for Drake's clothing brand OVO. Some people are angry that the brand is using tragedy as a promotional tool, while others are just mad that "Canada" wasn't capitalized. Either way, you have to admit the billboard does make a good point.
Yes, it's true and not I am not lying. Jay-Z is officially coming to Montreal for his 4:44 TOUR. Jay-Z is legit killing the game! He just had twins with the Queen B and now he's doing a music tour of North America.
Tickets for the 4:44 TOUR go on sale to the general public starting Friday, July 14th at 10 am local time at www.evenko.caandVIP Packages are available. I mean who would want to miss a Jay-Z concert especially with his new LIT album?
When: Tuesday, November 21
Where: Bell Center
Prices: $52.25 to $222.50 (including taxes and service fees)