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The Toronto MC, who is currently on his 'Would You Like a Tour?' world tour, 'sincerely apologizes' to fans for canceling his gig at the event because of 'scheduling complications.'
The Toronto rapper performs 'Make Me Proud' with the former 'American Idol' judge before inviting Snoop, who sings a medley of four songs.
The new song has previously been previewed by the superstar producer when touring with Jay-Z on 'Marga Carter World Tour'.
The rumored couple even threw in huge amount of cash for the dancers at Houston's V Live Gentlemen's Club.
Shot in Memphis by Director X, the ten-minute clip features appearances from rappers Juicy J and Project Pat as well as Drake's father Dennis Graham.
The Canadian rapper's upcoming video will feature appearances from dad Dennis Graham and rappers like Project Pat, Juicy J and Turk.
The two Canadian artists will team up for a 19-date tour that begins on February 19 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Rumors suggest that the unreleased song, which is produced by Hit Boy, is originally meant to be featured in the Toronto MC's latest album, 'Nothing Was the Same'.
According to InFlexWeTrust's Marisa Mendez, the postponement is made because the production team arrives late and is unable to set up the stage properly, making it unsafe.
The Atlanta rapper has issued a statement to confirm that the 39-city tour will 'go as planned' with him and Miguel serving as supporting acts.
Future, who is said being fired for making a negative comment on Drake's new album during an interview, allegedly plans to sue the Canadian rapper for a total of $1.5 million.
Duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and country singer Keith Urban will also make appearances at the show, which will be aired on CBS from the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Friday, December 6.
The two hip-hop/R'n'B artists finally call off their year-long feud as they collaborate on a new track.
The Toronto rapper's newest release, which follows the success of 2011's 'Take Care' and 2010's 'Thank Me Later', has sold 658,000 copies in its first week.
The member of Wu-Tang Clan takes the stage at NYC's ALIFE to perform his 'C.R.E.A.M.', while the Texas rapper performs his 'Upper Echelon'.