Finally, the Club Paradise tour made its stop in Chicago this past weekend! Naturally, we had to arrive in style, so we decided to get a stretch Escalade to chauffeur us out to Tinley Park (cause who really wants to drive all the way out there anyways). After a couple detours, a bathroom break and … Continue reading
For some reason, I just love this song. I think it’s the beat. And the hook. And The Motto of course. #YOLO! Is this not THE weekend jam??
My favorite album of the moment is Drake’s Take Care, so I’m going to have to go with “Crew Love.” Four main reasons: Drake is on it The Weeknd is on it There’s a shout out to Polish girls (listen to The Weeknd’s first verse) It gets the people going! Enjoy…
I’m a huge fan of Drake and anxiously anticipating his album, Take Care, to drop on October 24. Today, he posted the artwork for the album, but I was actually more interested in the short post he included: “Feels like it’s been so long. Is life moving so fast in this generation that when we … Continue reading
Well, it’s finally here – Thursday! I just discovered this Toronto-based artist a couple months ago, and ever since listening to his first mixtape, House of Balloons, have been anxiously waiting for the second mixtape in a series of three to drop. After much anticipation and then pretty solid clues from both The Weeknd & … Continue reading
I’ll have to give this one to Drake. I am still LOVING Marvin’s Room – and the video is freaking awesome. I can’t get enough of this one:
I’m officially in love with The Weeknd, a Toronto-based artist who has apparently even caught the eye of Drake. I can definitely see why Drake would like him. I first heard of this R&B singer on Gowhere Hip Hop about a month ago, and LOVED his track, “What You Need”: And now you can download … Continue reading
I got to see Drake in concert at the Chicago Theater (yes, I planned my return from Europe and then L.A. to be back on time just in case my friend came through with a ticket, which he did!), and it was a great show! The performances were relatively simple, but all I needed was … Continue reading