Connect with us

Drake

Drake Said The Realest Shit Ever At The Grammys

People
By

When Drake speaks, you listen!

Last night’s Grammys was an interesting night of gagable moments, Alicia Keys’ flawless hosting skills, musical performances, and utter bullshit! With hip hop being an underrated category as most years, Drake had much to say about it.

“You’ve already won if you have people who are singing your songs word for word, if you’re a hero in your home-town…You don’t need this right here, I promise you. You already won”

Drizzy was accepting his award for Best Rap Song, taking the prize for “God’s Plan.” But toward the tail end of his acceptance speech, it appeared he was cut off by the showrunners, who sent the telecast to a commercial break.

He seemed to be done with that train of thought and took a long pause, but then suddenly he tried to bring up a new topic and just like that, they cut his ass!

What is interesting to note is Drake’s decline to perform at this year’s award show. 

Could that be why they cut him loose?

Regardless, do artists actually need Grammys to feel validated?

Please drop a comment below and for more breaking news and gossip, keep it locked to hypegfresh.co!

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

  Subscribe  
Notify of

Viral Hip Hop

Viral Hip Hop

Viral Hip Hop

Trending

hypefresh is a music discovery platform made for independent tastemakers, Gen-Z culture and contemporary styles. Aiming to re-define perspectives through curated content, engagement to our prime audience is priority With a highly dedicated millenial team, hypefresh is becoming a premiere outlet for subcultures, independent and mainstream artists, videographers, photographers and more. It’s our mission to reshape the perception of millennial/Gen-Z culture using unique blends of perspectives through multimedia, creating a one-stop destination for creativity and inspiration. Therefore, Hypefresh will focus solely on conflict in these areas of brand development, lack of media related resources and information, ethics, and consultation.