What would Hip-Hop be without an entertaining feud every now and again? Drake can now say that he has contributed to the “classic” form of entertainment. Surprisingly, a hip-hop legend in his own right, Common has decided to take a jab at the Canadian superstar on the remix of “Stay Schemin” which is a track off of Rick Ross’s newest mixtape. Common began the feud with Drake when using antagonistic lyrics on “Sweet”, a track off of his newest release, “The Dreamer/The Believer”. Common goes head on with a vivid description of the rapper in the remix calling Drake an Amateur Guy and Canada dry. He ended his verse by stating, “Make no mistake, I’m talking to Drake. This is the remix.” There’s no clarity on why Common is attacking the Young Money superstar, but one thing’s for certain, it’s bound to get interesting. Listen to the “Stay Schemin” Remix by Rick Ross ft. Drake, Common, and French Montana below.
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Drake gives us a tour of his hometown of Toronto, Canada in the video for his first single, “Headlines” off his sophomore release, “Take Care”, due out October 24th. Directed by Lamar Taylor and Highly Alleyne, of the Weekend XO Team, the video features landmarks such as The Guild of the Rogers Center. Although this is his first single, Drake proclaims that it is not the best song off the album but is just the song for the moment. In an interview with Billboard.com, Drake stated that he always tries to put forth a song with a message and doesn’t pick his first singles on the basis of strength. He makes sure that the content is very relevant to right now. Stay tuned to The High Up for more information on Drake. In the meantime visit Drake’s official website at www.drakeofficial.com . Watch Drake’s “Headlines” video below and let us me know what you think.
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