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Drake Teases ‘VIEWS’ Visual Project


Drake‘s domination with ‘VIEWS’ has been astounding on many a front. Not just its gargantuan sales, but the fact that they’ve been accrued without the help of any videos.

Indeed, for all their success, lead singles ‘One Dance’ and ‘Controlla’ have yet to receive the visual treatment.

That all looks set to change, though. Because, after dropping a hint last month, the Canadian rapper has offered the strongest suggestion yet that something is near.

See what we mean below…


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Chart Check [Hot 100]: Drake Extends Record-Breaking Run With Hits From ‘Views’

Sia Seizes Third Consecutive Week At #1 With 'Thrills'

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As powerhouse singer/songwriter Sia enjoys her third week of thrilling listeners with her first #1 on the Hot 100, ‘Cheap Thrills’ (featuring Sean Paul), the week’s real winner just may (yet again) be Drake.

After the rapper’s hit ‘One Dance,’ which Sia dethroned to claim the top spot, reigned over the Hot 100 and headlines with an impressive 10 nonconsecutive week run on the tally’s perch, what may be equally impressive is the emcee’s overall time in the top 10 with other hits from ‘Dance’s parent album ‘Views.’  A history-making feat to say the least, Billboard reports:

“…[Drake] has now spent 47 consecutive weeks in the region, padding his record among solo males. His streak began on the Oct. 3, 2015, Hot 100, when “Hotline Bling” jumped 16-9. The record among all acts belongs to Katy Perry, who ranked in the Hot 100’s top 10 for 69 consecutive weeks (all as a lead) in 2010-11.”

Snatching the title from fellow Canadian hitmaker, The Weeknd, Drizzy may be well on his way to climbing past Katy’s historic 69 week figure from the looks of other ‘Views’ songs that are working their way up the charts.  Until then, tuck in below to find out where Ms. Perry, Mr. Graham, and all of your other faves of the day landed on this week’s refreshed Hot 100:


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Hot Shot: Drake Pops Bottles With…Charlamagne

Surprising Union Takes Place At 'Summer Sixteen Tour'



As the age old adage goes: anything can happen.

And oh did that ring true backstage at Drake‘s ‘Summer Sixteen Tour’ in New York City last night.

For, the superstar rapper was snapped popping bottles with radio personality Charlamagne Tha God.

More on the surprising turn of events below…


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Drake Responds To Claims That His Male Fans Wear High Heels & Sandals

Rapper's Feud With Funkmaster Flex Intensifies


Drake finds himself slighted by the influential Funkmaster Flex this month…and he isn’t happy about it.

Full story below…


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Billboard 200: DJ Khaled Dethrones Drake After 12 Weeks At #1

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DJ Khaled‘s newest album, ‘Major Key,‘ is apparently just what he needed to unlock his first #1 on Billboard 200.

Much to the delight of his fans, the DJ/rapper’s first release on his new label home – Epic Records – has not only helped him dethrone his ‘For Free’ co-star Drake after the Canadian emcee’s set, ‘Views,’ nabbed 12 nonconsecutive weeks at #1, it’s also given Khaled his inaugural run atop the albums chart.

As if that’s not enough, ‘Key’s collected Khaled’s largest sales week in the last 10 years!  Find out his stats below:


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New Song: Drake & 2 Chainz – ‘Big Amount’


The ubiquitous Drake throws his creative juices in Hip Hop’s punch bowl once again this week.

This time, it’s to support 2 Chainz’ brand new song ‘Big Amount.’

I got a big amount. I  think I’m the biggest out / Got hits and I ain’t even put ’em out / Lit and you can’t even put it out / Got the Billboard melodies / Rap is somethin’ I do on the side / Crossed over to the other side / And I didn’t even have to die.


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Chart Check [Billboard 200]: Drake Notches 12th Week at #1

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As reported here, Young Money hitmaker Drake keeps a tight hold on the Billboard 200 for yet another week with his latest album ‘Views.’

Fending off the highly anticipated new release from Gucci Mane, Drizzy’s project – fueled primarily by massive streaming figures – earned its 12th nonconsecutive week atop the tally this week.

Via Billboard:

[Drake’s Views] earns another 85,000 equivalent album units (down 5 percent) in the week ending July 28, according to Nielsen Music.

Trailing Drake on the latest Billboard 200 at No. 2 is Gucci Mane’s Everybody Looking, which debuts in the runner-up slot with 68,000 units (of which, 43,000 are in traditional album sales).

Find out where all of your other faves o’ the day landed on this week’s chart:


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