“Pop Style”-By Drake, Full Song!

“Pop Style”
(feat. The Throne)

[Intro: Drake]
Yeah, yeah[Hook: Drake]
Dropped outta school now we dumb rich, dumb rich
This sound like some forty-three-oh-one sh*t, one sh*t
All my ni**as wanna do is pop style, pop style
Turn my birthday into a lifestyle, lifestyle[Verse 1: Drake]
Tell my mom I love her if I do not make it, do not make it
Got so many chains they call me Chaining Tatum
They do, they do
And I like to finish what you think you started
Man you boys just got to Hollywood, you boys just started
You don’t know what you just started
All I do is hang with the young and heartless
All this is for my family, man, I try my hardest
It’s all I ever did and look where it got him
Yeah, you’ve been on my mind lately
You’ve still got my number, girl you need to call me
I feel like they wanna see me learn the hard way
But you know I always handle that one my way
Girl let me rock, rock, rock, rock, rock your body
Justin Timberlake and then I hit the highway
I can’t trust no f**kin’ body
They still out to get me cause they never got me[Verse 2: Kanye West & Jay-Z (as The Throne)]
They still out to get me, they don’t get it
I can not be got, and that’s a given
They like Pablo, “why are all the windows tinted on your Tahoe?”
Why do you know every single b**ch that I know?
Why can’t you just shut your mouth and take the high road?
F**k if I know, that’s that Chicago, aye
South, south, side, that’s the motto, aye
Cop a crib and spend ten million on remodel
Take the devils out my life and preach the gospel, cause I know
We went way, way past the line of scrimmage, aye
Throne is back up in it, aye
In the field like Emmitt, aye, y’all get so offended, aye
I be blacking out, I ain’t backing out
Jay about his business, and I’mma let you finish but I…
I just, I just, I just, I just wanna rock your body
Take you to the garage and do some karate
Chop it, chop it, chop it, chop it sipping sake
Throw a thick b**ch on a Kawasaki
(Perfect)[Hook: Drake]
Dropped outta school now we dumb rich, dumb rich
This sound like some forty-three-oh-one sh*t, one sh*t
All my ni**as wanna do is pop style, pop style
Turn my birthday into a lifestyle, lifestyle

Listen to the song “Pop Style” by Drake below:
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Justin Bieber Concert in Salt Lake City, Utah Highlights

Justin Bieber stopped in Salt Lake City for his “Purpose” Tour last Saturday. The entire concert was sold out with an occasional scalper here and there giving a few lucky fans the chance to see Bieber in person. The Introduction to the concert can be found here.

Thousands of excited Justin Bieber “Belieber’s” filled the Vivint Smart Home Arena to see Bieber. If you are wondering what a true Belieber is than here is your answer from the urban dictionary:

  1. Belieber– One who is an obsessive fan of Justin Bieber.
Sentence: Once I saw his face, I was a Belieber.
     2. Belieber– A person who loves Justin Bieber and Beliebes in everything that he can do.

Sentence: I am a Belieber because I respect Justin Bieber and I believe in him.
      3. Belieber– Belieber is a HUGE Justin Bieber’s fan. Fan and Belieber is really different, Fan will leave him just because a little thing, but Belieber is not going to leave him even though the biggest thing that can break a relationship.
      4. Belieber-A ‘Belieber’ is a fan girl of teeny bopper sensation Justin Bieber. They are usually between the age of 10-15. A lot of them spend most of their life on Twitter where they:
Tweet about how much they love Justin Bieber
Shout-out other ‘beliebers’
-Use a lot of tags like #ifollowback or #teamfollowback.

Other twitter users who are not beliebers (and/or above the age of 15) get rather annoyed by the insane amount of ‘beliebers’ on Twitter and counter act with tags like #Justinbeibersucks.

Beliebers are also well known for fainting at Justin Bieber concerts/appearances. They are also well known for covering their room and school books with pictures of Justin Bieber.

Highlights of the concert can be found here.

 

Kanye’s “Life of Pablo” is now available on Spotify and Apple Music

Kanye the “Kan” Artist

Originally, Kanye West had announced that the much anticipated album, The Life of Pablo , would be exclusively available on Tidal. Guess not. The new album is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. This is not an April Fools Joke!

Kanye’s plan, with the con of lots of criticism, worked well, as he was able to get 250 million streams on Tidal in the first 10 days of its release as customers thought it was the only way to get the album. Thus, Kanye sold his album for an expensive price getting new subscribers to Tidal before announcing today that he would release the album to the public. Not a bad business plan if you ask me. Not the best reputation builder though either.

 

Drake-“Controlla” featuring Popcaan and “These Days” Leaked

Two of Drake’s songs that will be in his future album, Views From the Six, titled “Controlla” and “These Days” have been leaked to the public this morning. Views From the Six is the most anticipated album to be planned to release to the public this Summer ’16.

Drake’s-“Controlla”featuring Popcaan is a down-tempo Caribbean jam. Drake uses a very subtle amount of Auto-Tune as he sings for a girl who attempts to control him by playing games. Nonetheless, we get a good feel for the song’s island-influenced 808’s and simple keyboard melody. Song can be found here.

Drake’s-“These Days”is a pop song that is a cover of Jackson Browne’s song “These Days”.

Fun Fact about Drake: His real name is Aubrey Graham.

 

 

Kanye West: U.S. President 2020?

Kanye West for President of the United States?

Kanye West’s career trajectory has always been full of the audacious, the memorable, and the newsworthy. His announcement of a presidential bid in 2020 at last year’s MTV Video Music Awards on August 30 was all three, and whether the plan ever comes to be executed, the idea of a Kanye West presidency is the source of excited conversation and conjecture that is beginning to blend the world of Hip-Hop and politics in a way that seeps into other aspects of popular culture.

New Yorker magazine, the 91-year old rag considered by many to the quintessential publication for the cultured and political, has ventured into uncharted territory, making Kanye West the boldest representation of Hip-Hop in its history. The issue last September 14th, features a political cartoon starring Yeezy as not a rapper but a politician deeply entrenched with American political history.

That’s because the cartoon is a joke within a joke, a replica of a historic photograph taken in 1948. In the photograph, President Truman was seen holding up November 3’s Chicago Daily Tribune, which erroneously reported that New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey had defeated the incumbent Truman, marking one of the newspaper’s biggest gaffes in its history (and any newspaper, for that matter).

In the 2015 version created by Barry Blitt, Kanye West is Truman, and the paper’s headline reads “Trump Defeats Kanye,” opting for the rapper’s first name. Because Kanye. The tongue-in-cheek choice for cover artwork by the New Yorker speaks not only to ‘Ye’s status as a pop culture giant, but also to Hip-Hop’s; the music aside, its influence in American politics has always been an important element, but it has certainly edged its way into the forefront as of late.

Kanye West’s image is now forever entwined with one of the most iconic images in history. And it’s not even 2020 yet.

Official location for the information above can be found here.

Drake Announces “Views From The 6″Album Release Date

Although Drake didn’t share a specific release date for Views From The 6, he did announce that his much-anticipated project will in fact be released in April.

Yesterday (March 15), Drake uploaded a picture of a Views From The 6 billboard, and added the follow caption: “APRIL”.

This week’s announcement comes months after Drake rapped about possibly dropping Views From the 6 in January, on his “30 for 30 Freestyle.”

“But just know it’ll be January in no time,” Drake rapped on “30 For 30 Freestyle,” which was released last September.

Although an updated released date for Views From The 6 was just released, details on the album have continuously been offered thanks to those who have lent their assistance on the project or have ties to Drake.

We’ve seen billboards that hinted at an April release, but this is the first time we have anything official from Champagne Papi himself. Of course, we still don’t know WHEN in April the album drops, but we’ll have to be happy with what we get. It might be sooner rather than later, because Drake isn’t even living in the studio or anywhere in Toronto right now – he appeared last night as a gust during Rihanna’s Anti Tour, in Miami.

“I Love J.Cole”-Barack Obama

Barack Obama during his speech admitted his admiration for rapper, J. Cole, who performed at the Democratic National Committee Show on March 11th. On Twitter, Barack Obama wrote, “I Love J.Cole!” and explained, “You know, this is the benefit of having teenage daughters. I actually keep up.”

Obama also revealed that he was able to speak with Cole’s mother and grandmother before the event.

During his performance of “Be Free” on the Late Show with David Letterman in December 2014, J. Cole was somewhat critical of Obama’s Presidency.

“No disrespect in terms of change I haven’t seen any / Maybe he had good intentions but was stifled by the system / And was sad to learn he actually couldn’t bring any,” J. Cole rapped.

It has been shown that Barack Obama openly received the criticism and even has shown gratitude for J. Cole’s powerful and meaningful lyrics.

Throughout his tenure as President, Barack Obama has voiced his appreciation for a variety of Hip Hop artists, Kendrick Lamar being a notable example. During an interview with People last December, Obama named K. Dot’s “How Much A Dollar Cost” from To Pimp A Butterfly as his favorite song of 2015.

Last October, Kendrick Lamar paid a visit to the Oval Office as part of the “Pay It Forward” initiative that promoted mentoring youth across the country.

More recently, Obama was asked his opinion on the potential winner should Kendrick Lamar and Drake ever square off in a Rap battle.

“You gotta go with Kendrick,” President Obama told YouTube star sWooZie. “I’m just saying. I think Drake is an outstanding entertainer, but Kendrick…his lyrics. His last album [To Pimp A Butterfly] was outstanding. Best album I think [that came out] last year.”