Check out some behind the scenes pictures form DRAKE’S ‘Worst Behavior’ video shoot!
Photo credit: Matthew Henry Films
ROZ-O’S NOW PLAYING: DO WHAT YOU DO - DRAKE
Press play and enjoy the tunes!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DRAKE!
Wishing you many more! I’m SO proud of you! xo ROZ-O!
VIDEO OF THE DAY: MADE MEN - DRAKE + RICK ROSS
My theme music for the day! Possibly for the week! Enjoy the visuals, rock to the tunes! xo ROZ-O!
SONG OF THE DAY: STILL SANE - LORDE
Yes, today is my birthday & I’m still sane!! Love this track - featured on Pure Heroine! It was the first song that my iTunes playlist played this morning - starting with the lyrics "Today is my birthday and I"m riding hiiiiigh …" Coincidence or nah? I’d say my playlist knew it was my Born-Day! OVO’s ROZ-O!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME 10/13/13!
SONG OF THE DAY: THE RESISTANCE - DRAKE
LOVE this track, still! Enjoy the tunes and have a great weekend! xo Roz-O!
I’m trying to do better than good enough ..
SONG OF THE DAY: CONNECT - DRAKE
Enjoy the tunes!
Congratulations Drizzy for snagging that #1 spot on the Billboard 200 charts, like we all knew you would! What was up for debate however, was whether he would sell one million copies his first week and go platinum as Aubrey had proclaimed he would; several times. Industry insiders and the totally clueless weighed in, placing their beats, up until the last tracking day (September 29th). While he didn’t go platinum his first week, he did sell 658,000 copies; earning him Gold status! That’s a major success and shouldn’t be considered a flop in any way, shape or form! Did I think Drake was being a bit ambitious when he claimed platinum status first week? Well yes, I did. This is Drake we’re talking about though, why would he speak anything else?! He’s more than capable of doing so.
Bottomline, going Gold (500K+) first week is MAJOR! So, for that, I salute Drake and the entire OVO team! FYI the only album to sell more copies in a week this year is Justin Timberlake’s ‘The 20/20 Experience’ selling 968,000 copies. #NWTS was Drakes best week ever, so far! #salute!
Nothing Was The Same is set to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 charts and Industry sources speculate that he’ll sale 675,000 plus copies by the end of the tracking week on Sunday, Sept. 29. According to Billboard, ‘it’s on a course to earn the second-largest sales week of the year and easily debut at No. 1.’
Congrats Drizzy and good luck on first week sales! If you haven’t purchased the album already what are you waiting for?! Help him have an amazing first week! I’ll post the official sales on Wednesday! Woo hoo! xo @rozOonTheGo
Sooooo ADORABLE! I wonder if she understands that nothing will be the same after taking this picture! Look at her little finger, she’s focused! Love.
SONG OF THE DAY: FROM TIME - DRAKE FEAT. JHENE AIKO
Another favorite track from #NWTS. Enjoy the tunes!
I love me enough for the both of Us.
"Really I think I like who I’m becoming," Drake told us cautiously on his second album Take Care. On its followup Nothing Was the Same, he’s thought about it some more.”Prince Akeem, they throw flowers at my feet, nigga!” he screams. “I could go an hour on this beat, nigga!” The song, “Tuscan Leather”, which opens the record, is six full minutes long with no chorus, a point Drake is eager for us to absorb: “This is nothing for the radio/ But they’ll still play it though/ Cuz it’s the new Drizzy Drake, that’s just the way it go.”
"The Drake Era has ended; welcome to the Drake Regime. Aubrey Graham’s gone from an unlikely rapper to an accepted rapper to maybe the biggest rapper out, all in four years, and he’s the genre’s biggest current pop crossover star. Kanye has, for the moment, stepped out of the pop-radio wars, which means that Drake currently has no meaningful competition. On Nothing Was the Same, he acts accordingly— the mansion doors swing shut behind you and he mostly stops pretending to be nice. “I’m on my worst behavior,” he leers, over a glowering low-end synth and an insectile battery of defaced-sounding percussion, courtesy of DJ Dahi. It’s the meanest-sounding thing Drake has rapped over, and he matches it with some of his angriest lyrics, a series of sputtered “muhfuckas never loved us” surrounding an extended riff on Ma$e’s verse on “Mo Money Mo Problems”.”