In other news, Shia raps.
According to actual Africans, who are using Twitter to challenge stereotypes about the continent.
In his Obey Your Thirst documentary, Drake opens up about the city that made him great, and the spirit of competition that motivates him to keep pushing forward.
The rapper can fly now.
Hint: Working On Excellence
The FADER cover star hit the Paris runways this weekend.
"Long story short. Fame change things."
"You are sad that you have no friends." :(
"If you feel offended, it's probably directed towards you."
Hear a sample of another tribute.
One of her many contributions to the upcoming documentary.
A new documentary shows how a complicated icon may have set the stage for today's youth music.
How many concerts allow you to see Grace Jones, Lenny Kravitz, and Lauryn Hill?
According to TMZ, the rapper was recently forced to pay off a substantial tax debt.
"I've wanted very much to bring our live performance to this part of the world, but also to be a presence supporting justice and peace," she says.
With backing vocals from her seven year old daughter Sarah.
Stream the her full set on pay-per-view this month.
The ever woke artist lent her voice to a documentary about colonialism in the Third World.
The singer speaks out on Ferguson with the release of a stirring and politically charged re-write of "My Favorite Things."
Five years in, Drake has this music festival thing down pat.