Drake Appears On MTV’s ‘Extended Play’

Published: Friday 24th Sep 2010 by Trent

Drake made a promotional appearance on the latest episode of MTV’s ‘Extended Play’. The rapper talked about the influence of Jimmy Hendrix on his new tour, the pressures that he has to endure for the 1 hour and 45 minutes setlist, his ‘Fancy’ video and much more. Check out the spot below:


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  1. True Blue September 24, 2010

    I didn’t watch the interview to find for myself, so I’ll ask…is there a different artist named Jimmy Hendrix, or did you guys manage to misspell the name of the most famous guitarist?

  2. True Blue September 24, 2010

    * of the most famous guitarist of all time?

  3. Kicktheeardrum September 24, 2010

    Drake is great and he is really cementing himself in a good place musically.

    check review at:

  4. PLAIN AND SIMPLE September 24, 2010


    I ment to tell you thanks. But I see he has it scrambled so you can’t copy it from youtube. Can’t wait to hear it without the scramble in it

  5. PLAIN AND SIMPLE September 24, 2010

    You go Drake

  6. Kathy September 24, 2010

    He’s too young honestly to remember Pac, and I know yall heard his Canadian accent when he said sorry, lol.

  7. Devante September 24, 2010

    This is a really great hip hop music news story as Drake is so hot right now and definitely one of the hottest rappers out there. His delicious rap songs and Drakes music videos are what set him apart. His rap & hip hop music videos are some of the best out there too and his album Thank Me Later was a smash hit too. He also comes across as a really nice genuine guy too which is cool.

  8. sonam September 24, 2010

    Q1) Why prices have increased?

    Devastating floods in Pakistan – one of the world’s largest cotton producers and fears over this year’s crop in China have sent cotton prices surging to 15-year highs in recent weeks.
    Next said cotton prices were 45% higher than this time last year, and that this, along with the planned VAT rise, meant price rises were “inevitable” in the spring of next year predicting increases of between 5% and 8%.

    Q2) What is the consequence upon cotton production?

    Department store Debenhams warned that the entire UK clothes retail industry faced higher prices, because of the rising cost of cotton and the weak pound.
    Primark has also said that rising costs may eat into its profit margins over the coming year.
    For the six months to the end of July, Next’s High Street sales were towards the lower end of previous guidance, but the Next Directory home shopping business produced a better-than-expected performance, with a 7.8% rise in first-half sales.
    The firm said that the real opportunities it saw for growth were through its website and catalogue and by opening new shops focussing on homeware and furniture.

    Q3) What impact will it have on the consumer?
    Consumers will decrease as the prices have risen so drastically. Less cotton will be bought which mean clothing and furniture companies will suffer and this will have a rapid effect on the economy.

  9. GangsterA September 24, 2010

    i like drake hes cool and funny

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