OVO Sound boss Drake knows how to contribute to Throwback Thursdays. The 6 God has hit up social media to share an epic vintage pic.

Drizzy went to Instagram Thursday (January 4) and gave fans a look at himself in his baby years.

Me thinking about how many days I drank in 2017…

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This week, Drake had fans gassed up for new music with a set of in-studio pics.

The Cry Of Love

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Swear down this was there when I pulled up to the studio.

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Plots that don’t twist.

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This week, new Drake music surprisingly landed online courtesy of a viral leak.

It’s been about 3 months since we got new Drake music. We heard ‘Signs‘ in June with the ‘Freak In You’ remix and ‘No Complaints‘. For the most part, he’s staying true to his promise on ‘Do Not Disturb’ that he’d be back in 2018 for the summary of this year. But that doesn’t mean we can’t get previews of new music in the meantime. Yesterday, Landon Collins’ posted a video on his IG story with some new Drake raps in the back. It’s very possible that OBJ was playing the record in the locker room. (Hip Hop N More)


Heading into last weekend, Drake surprised fans by lyrically showing support for one-time rap foe Meek Mill on his “Family Feud” freestyle.

Weezy’s version of “Family Feud” features a long verse from Drake, which includes a demand for a salute from Donald Trump as well as support for Meek Mill. “I need my paper long, like a Milly verse/Too long, like a sentence from a Philly judge/Fuck is the point in all the beefing, when we really blood?” Drizzy raps. The initial version of D6, released on Christmas, did not contain “Family Feud.” However, Wayne let fans know there was another volume still to come. (Complex)

Link in bio #DEDICATION6

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