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Drake is a superstar—the only guy who could dethrone Taylor Swift on the charts with a mixtape. In a rare interview, he spoke with The FADER.

Coming up in Toronto, people told Drake to move to New York if he was serious about making it. Instead, he stayed where he was and made history by proving that if you’re a truly multi-layered artist, you can make it from anywhere. “Do it the way I did it,” he says in the above Obey Your Thirst documentary. “Do it from where you’re at. If you have the music, that’s all it takes.”

Now, at the top of his game, Drake says he competes not with established legends or other top-sellers, but with the countless kids itching to take his spot.

Now that hip-hop’s playing field is more open than ever before, Drake knows
there are countless kids itching to take his spot. Those up-and-comers are now his competition, not any established rapper. “That’s how I try to keep pushing this forward,” he says. “Just to let that kid know that I’m not done yet.” Watch the full documentary above, and stay tuned for three more by Sprite and The FADER, sharing the stories of Nas, Vince Staples, and Isaiah Rashad.

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Provjerite novu traku 24 zagrebačkog repera Brca preko Action Bronsonove pjesme Terry.

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Future

Stream Future’s new track News Or Somthn.

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After a long time, Fort Minor comes back with a new music video for their track Welcome filmed in 360 technology.

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E-40 released new visuals to his track Choices (Yup).

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TDE’s Jay Rock surprised us with a new music video for his latest song Money Trees Deuce.

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Dam-Funk invite the light

Taken from Dam-Funk’s forthcoming album Invite The Sun dropping September 4th.

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Poslušajte Flowdeepov remix prvog singla s nadolazećeg EP-ja Rozog Gada pod nazivom Hang Loose.

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Papoose - You Can't Stop Destiny

‘You Can’t Stop Destiny’ finds Pap re-connecting with familiar faces, as he rekindles his undeniable chemistry with DJ Premier, Havoc, Ron Browz, Amadeus and his better half Remy Ma, while also linking up with some familiar faces to usher in an updated aesthetic, including Showbiz & A.G., Maino and Red Café, Troy Ave on the Havoc produced lead-single “Mobbing” and Ty Dolla $ign on the radio-ready future single “Michael Jackson” which also includes Remy Ma.

Stream Papoose’s new album HERE.

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Pete Rock - Petestrumentals 2

This is the latest chapter—an even 20 slaps and rhythmic levitations. It’s Pete Rock at his best, accelerating and kicking cosmic slop, extending wishes, hope, love, gritty drums and eternal wonder.

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