2018 has been officially renamed “Drake”.
The Canadian entertainer has continued to set records and milestones throughout the year. From living on the billboards to claiming Spotify’s top streaming artist up to date. With plenty of success in any industry comes the inevitable competitive nature to be the top dog.
Many people have been waiting for Drake to officially address issues with Good Music Label artist Kanye West, and Pusha-T. As Drake is always known to do, he chose a big platform to address the current issues lingering among his through an artist scope.
Drizzy spoke about these issues on LeBron James new unscripted TV series on HBO called “The Shop”. The format of the show involves LeBron, along with long-time business partner Maverick Carter in a barbershop having an open dialogue.
This past Friday night, Drake spoke on his beef with his next door neighbor “Kanye”, even confirming that Lift Yourself was supposed to be his song. Drizzy also spoke on his back and forth with Pusha-T, and how Pusha went too far talking about his producer 40 MS.
Drake also explained why the beef was ended, and why his diss track for Kanye and Pusha-T was shelved.
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