Shoutout to our executives and the entire writing staff for another amazing 100-page edition of The Blueprint Magazine.
The beautiful Katy Perry covers our 2012 Holiday issue that features the juiciest gossip on Drake and Nicole Scherzinger, updates on Adele, and an in-depth interview with fashion legend Roberto Cavalli. [Read More]
It's Tyga week here at Blueprint and it was a YMCMB affair over the weekend at Toronto’s Kool Haus.
Fresh off Chris Brown’sF.A.M.E. tour, Tyga headlined a solo show Saturday night and surprised local fans as Drake joined him on stage to perform The Motto (Remix). Expect a video for the remix version (Lil Wayne included) to drop soon. Enjoy.
The names says it all. Tyga declares #BitchImTheShit on his latest mixtape. The 15-track download features appearances from the newest Taylor Gang member Juicy J, Kurupt and YG, 2 Chainz, Drake and Lil Wayne.
Grab something new from the Young Money rapper before his album Careless World: Rise of the Last King drops in the new year.
This morning the New York Post set off serious rumors that Drake had fired his longtime managers and would be seeking help from hometown help moving forward.
According to the newspaper, the 25-year-old said bye to managers Gee Roberson, Al Branch, Kyambo Joshua and Bryant Cortez of Hip Hop Since 1978, the firm that also handles Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj.[Read More]
The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige appeared on late-night television with Chelsea Lately yesterday. The two discussed Mary’s new album, working with Drake and Rick Ross on the project and balancing personal and business life with husband (and manager) Kendu.
Continuing his rounds of interviews, Drake sits down with Google Music before his performance in Los Angeles, where a number of ranging topics were discussed.
Drizzy opens up about his motivations for his album Take Care, as well as speaks on the trust his bossman Lil Wayne has for his music, by revealing that Wayne hadn't heard the album until after its release. Drake also goes on to discuss his influence from Jamie XX and words taken from Kendrick Lamar.
Earlier today, BBC Radio One hosted their latest Maida Vale session which starred Florence and the Machine. During the intimate concert, the group gave a live re-interpretation of the Jamie XX-produced title cut off Drake’s new album that features Rihanna.
Florence Welch opened the performance with a speech saying “This is pretty exciting ’cause it’s sung with three of my favorite artists.” Watch the rendition above and purchase Take Care oniTunes. Enjoy.