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The Toronto rapper denies he's given the documentary, which will feature never-before-seen footage of his 2009 concert, his stamp of approval.
The pop diva reveals in a new interview that she and the rapper co-wrote one song together while they were working on her latest album 'Rebel Heart'.
The 28-year-old rapper was spotted kissing the sexy model on the head while they relaxed poolside at his hotel in Perth, Australia.
The black-and-white video, which was shot a few weeks ago by director Darren Craig, features the trio rapping their respective lines under the dark clouds.
With those 14 songs including the collaborations with other artists such as Nicki Minaj and Big Sean, the Toronto rapper matches the record set 51 years ago by the British group.
Drizzy implied that he had to pretend to like Breezy when he changed one line from his new song 'Energy' during a concert in Auckland on Sunday night, February 22.
The surprise project, which Drake has confirmed as a mixtape, was planned to be a Gangsta Grillz mixtape hosted by DJ Drama before the Toronto MC's label Cash Money rejected the idea.
Dethroning last week's No. 1 Taylor Swift's '1989', Drizzy's mixtape opens with 535,000 units, outselling the erotic film's soundtrack album featuring songs by Beyonce, The Weeknd and more.
The rapper's 'If You're Reading This It's Too Late' was streamed 17.3 million times in just three days, surpassing his 'Nothing Was the Same' album that had 15.8 million streams in its first week.
The Canadian rapper is also joined onstage by I LOVE MAKONNEN for 'Tuesday' and Travi$ Scott for 'Mamacita' at Sprite's 'Obey Your Thirst' concert at Irving Plaza in New York City.
T-Raww calls Drizzy 'a b**ch' after the Toronto rapper tells him to 'act your age,' not rumored girlfriend Kylie Jenner's age.
The project, which precedes the arrival of Drizzy's 'Views From the 6' album, includes collaborations with Lil Wayne, Travi$ Scott and PARTYNEXTDOOR.
The rapper, who's currently in the middle of a war with Cash Money and its boss Birdman, wants to take his Young Money artists with him when he leaves the record label.
The video directed by Jamie Webster of Common Good centers on a man who dances his way through several places like a library, an empty church and a laundromat.
Florence and the Machine, Deadmau5, Charli XCX, Weird Al Yankovic, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Bird are also set to rock the New York City festival in June.