Watch: Drake – Nonstop (Official Video)

Drake takes it back to the city of London for his latest video for “Nonstop,” from his new album Scorpion. The Theo Skudra-directed black and white visual which just premiered on Apple Music, features footage from Drizzy’s Wireless Festival 2018 performance, and shots of him chilling around different locations in the city of London, in a museum, nightclub, outdoor restaurant, and riding on a double decker bus. Some familiar faces such as Giggs, Michael Dapaah a.k.a. Big Shaq, Quavo, French Montana, and Noah “40” Shebib made a cameo appearance in the video as well.

Stream Drake’s New ‘Scorpion’ Album

Drake has finally blessed us with his highly-anticipated fifth studio album, Scorpion. As mentioned earlier, the project is a lengthy 25-track album which is split into an “A SIDE” and “B SIDE” with key productions from Noah “40” Shebib and Oliver El-Khatib. Regardless of the plethora of tracks, the album contains only four features from JAY-Z, … Read more

Drake Unveils ‘Scorpion’ Double Album Tracklist

Drake has just unveiled the official tracklist of his highly-anticipated upcoming fifth studio album Scorpion, which drops tomorrow, June 29. Even though Kanye West and GOOD Music is trying to make lazy 7-track albums the new norm, with Drizzy’s double-album announcement, it’s evident that won’t be happening anytime soon. Before the tracklist was revealed, it was rumored … Read more

Drake Reunites ‘Degrassi’ Cast for “I’m Upset” Video

In preparation for the release of his upcoming Scorpion album which is scheduled for June 29, 2018, Drake has blessed the fans with the official music video for “I’m Upset”. When he said “My high school reunion might be worth an appearance” on “Pound Cake / Paris Morton Music 2”, no one envisioned the rapper making an actual epic move in the future based on that line.

More than a decade after starring in Canadian drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation, Drake has returned to the community school where it all started, reuniting the entire cast which include Shane Kippel (Gavin “Spinner” Mason), Nina Dobrev (Mia Jones), Ephraim Ellis (Rick Murray), Jake Epstein (Craig Manning), Lauren Collins (Paige Brooks), Stefan Brogran (Archie “Snake” Simpson), and more.

The video was directed by Karena Evans, the same person responsible for the visual direction of Drake’s “God’s Plan” and “Nice for What”.