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  1. Drake broke Madonna's top ten record, and he's got another thing to celebrate. It's rumored that Drake is set to receive the MTV Video Vanguard Award at this year's VMAs. Twitter is dragging MTV because he's getting it before Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and a few others. MTV just buried the awards. Thoughts?
  2. It was bound to happen, but Drake in the shortest span ever broke Madonna's top ten billboard hot 100 record. As he collected his 39th and 40th top ten record. And at the age of 34. He's the youngest artist to achieve and a short span of time as well. He benefited from the digital and was one of the digital sales act to successfully transfer to the streaming world. Which has been difficult for a lot of the iTunes acts to achieve. Bow down to The King of Rap. But it's okay. Madonna still holds the female artist with the most top tens. I've definitely noticed that outside Ariana and Billie and a few others. It's also much harder for females to get streaming acts. Most point down to the fact that since me too era. The constant male bashing, I don't need a man is a complete turn off on music listeners. I've also noticed gay men started to hate it as well. Madonna still holds the record in the UK and most international charts. The US love hate relationship with Madonna began with the Erotica era and the book which nearly cancelled her at that Time..
  3. Ariana Grande just slid passed Drake as Spotify's second most-followed artist on the streaming platform with 47.5 million followers. Ed Sheeran is still miles ahead with 66 million. She is undeniably a pop queen and living legend. Congrats, Ari! But music not the bling. Do you follow Ari on Spotify? Or are you an Apple Music fan #JusticeForNASA
  4. Finally admitting in such boasting matter. He proudly tongued down Madonna. . Making it official 5 years later. The whole thing was staged. Like one Madonna fan said. "The whole thing was staged and planned. Drake didn't have to be a little ***** about it. Drake playing the victim added More fuel to vilify Madonna in the haters eyes." And I'm exiting How Madonna felt about the kiss. "I KISSED A GIRL, AND I LIKED IT!!!!!!"
  5. Hits daily double reports that Drake's Drake's mixtape dark lane demo tapes which hosts his latest #1 single Toosie slide. Might be his first project to not debut at #1 on the US Billboard 200. A place he has consistently topped since he debuted back in 2009. What might prevent the current rap king from getting his 9th #1 album. Country legend Kenny Chesney. Who always does a concert ticket bundle. As both are expected to sell 250K each. While country is not a huge streaming genre. We can't deny. That as a pure sales genre. It still sells hard compared to most other genres in music. This one will be interesting as both have debuted at #1.
  6. Any Drake fans here in Exhale? Or is everyone in the Britney section Drake recently released a music video for his new song titled "Toosie Slide." In the clip, Drake finds himself wandering around his mansion with a face mask, a clear nod to the global coronavirus crisis. The song is also lighting up Tik Tok because of the dance that goes along with it. It's kinda boring upon first listen, but I just knew the GP would eat this up. It officially debuted at #1 on the Hot 100 this week. It becomes his third single to debut at #1, tying the record previously set by Mariah Carey. He's a living legend. Do you like Toosie Slide?
  7. I love looking at mega-famous celebrities' lives right now while in quarantine. It's just such a disconnect from the GP. Drake first showed off his home in the "Toosie Slide" video. He followed up with hi-res photos. It's hideously awesome. I'm just not sure what to make of it. It's like both beautiful and hideous at the same time, and I'm ok with that dissonance. Looking like a Vegas hotel lobby.
  8. Drake has been VERY private about his two-year-old Adonis Graham. Drake had Adonis with former adult film star Sophie Brussaux. He also shared a very heartfelt message alongside the photos. Check it out below.
  9. Guys, if we want Britney back on the top this is an idea I have that can get her next album to #1 in late 2017/ early 2018! Please don't judge! Okay, I think Britney needs to give up on Glory and start anew at the top of 2017. We need her to release a song with either DJ Snake, Major Lazer, Jack U, or someone on the EDM scene that has a mix of edm and hiphop. I believe if she released a song with one the the heavy hitters it would REALLY reintroduce her to the GP and get her back on track to reclaiming her rightful crown. While on the high of her #1 featured single (she shouldn't be the main artist) she could be recording B10 and slaying the charts without having to heavily promote the song due to her not being the main artist. While finishing up Vegas (hopefully) she could spend most of 2017 recording a trap influenced sexy album (not full on trap more leaning more into Tinashe's Party Favors vibe) and remaining relevant by doing a lot of photoshoots and magazine covers etc. She should use 2017 to really and truly reinvent herself while staying partially in but totally out of the spotlight. Personally I would love a single with DJ Snake at the top of the year and then a single with Jack U towards the bottom of the year. (Kinda like Rihanna is doing by having a single with Calvin Harris and while that song is super relevant, she has stayed out of the spotlight and is crafting her next album.) If her singles turn out of be smashes, it would also make more producers want to work with her again and not only make the GP love her but the industry hungry to work with her again like back in the good ole days. At the top of 2018 she could release B10 (executive produced by DJ Mustard and maybe even have songs featuring Kanye West & or Drake (I feel like she shouldn't have any female features this time around unless it's Nicki Minaj!) Hip Hop is in right now and if we want her to see mainstream success (which some of y'all might not even care but if she goes number 1 & gets those sales that could literally mean a Femme Fatale era could be among us with 4 or 5 singles! the record company isn't going to spend money on video treatments on an album that isn't selling!) We need to spam Larry Rudolph and all the DJs because we need that #1 feature before any of this other stuff can even happen! What do you think? Take a break in 2017 with two featured singles, lots of photoshoots (Terry Richardson) and then a complete pop slayage in 2018? She has the body, she has the drive now, all she needs is the music, sexy videos (which a Make Me type video WOULD make sense with a hip hop vibe) and the GP talking about her again Let me know what y'all think or if y'all have any other ideas! This probably won't happen but you never know!
  10. DRAKE IS CONFIRMED AS A SIGNEE OF LIL WAYNE’S YOUNG MONEY RECORDS ON JUNE 29, 2011. This Day In Pop is a reoccurring RX piece, where BreatheHeavy examines a monumental anniversary in pop music. Whether it be a blockbuster release, game-changing performance, live mishap, or something in between, we’re here to dig through the archives and highlight some of the biggest moments in pop music history. If you let go of the traditional definition, Drake is certainly up there as one of the most popular pop stars of our time. Hip-hop might be his sweet spot, but we’ve watched his soundscape open up as he’s swayed in and out of the blurry genres of rap, R&B, pop, dancehall. In our latest installment of BreatheHeavy’s This Day In Pop, we’re revisiting the chart-topper’s origins when it was confirmed that he had pledged his allegiance to Lil Wayne’s Young Money Records on June 29, 2011. Only a few years after his final appearance on Degrassi: The Next Generation, the aspiring superstar offered up So Far Gone, his debut commercial mixtape, under his October’s Very Own label. The buzz from the set caught the ears of many folks, but when you have figures like Kanye West, Talib Kweli, as well as a number of executives like Warner Music‘s Lyor Cohen, all in attendance of your show, you have to be doing something right. Whispers circulated that he had nabbed a deal with Universal Motown, but it was clear that the loyalty of his inner team might have influenced his decision in a label. “Just know that whatever label we sign to it’ll be because they’ll add to what we’ve created on our own,” Drake told Billboard prior to the announcement. “I am very happy in my situation now, which is signed to Cortez [Bryant] and Gee Roberson at Young Money and management through ‘Hip Hop Since 1978.’ The most important thing for me is being around my team – they are stronger than any label.” June 29, 2011 proved monumental for the Canadian star when it was announced that he landed a joint venture between Young Money and Cash Money, with Universal Republic distributing. No concrete details about the deal were revealed but it’s rumored that the contract included an eight-album obligation. And if you’re wondering how Birdman is involved in all of this, YM serves as a division of Birdman’s Cash Money Records. Interestingly enough, his management wanted Drizzy to be viewed as an independent artist, despite Universal’s role in distributing. “Independent is a funny term. I can go independent, but you need distribution, period. You need somebody to distribute your record and you need that army that a label has to really push the record,” he told MTV News on set of his video for “Best I Ever Had.” “Today is a definitely a comfortable day for me, having my team now that’s been in place for a couple of years. It’s just a great day,” he said. “It’s something new, but it feels familiar.” Drake’s origin might sound like inside ball, but it’s certainly an interesting milestone to revisit in the entertainer’s career, even more so for the folks that watched him play Wheelchair Jimmy on Degrassi. Almost a decade since the signing, it appears as if the contractual obligations of the past are coming to a close. Earlier this month, Drake dropped two new songs in celebration of the Toronto Raper’s first-ever NBA championship win. After the release of his 2018 LP, Scorpion, word spread that the project fulfilled his obligations and the new two cuts Omertà” and “Money in the Grave,” featuring Rick Ross allude to that. The pair marks his first release as a lead artist that isn’t under the Young Money or Cash Money umbrella. Instead, they were released via his Frozen Moments LLC, with licensing through Republic Records. In an era where record labels aren’t a necessity to prosper as an artist with social media and streaming being monumental lanes of promotion, Drake’s next step is an exciting one — just as it felt when he signed to Young Money in 2011. It’s something new, but it feels familiar. This article is a bonus BreatheHeavy RX story. Start your free 7-day trial and enjoy the best premium pop music content on the Internet.
  11. Can Britney get in on that? He doesn't even have a video for One Dance and it was massive. The random throwback vibes and samples (Hotline Bling, Nice For What) and the viral videos (God's Plan, I'm Upset, Hotline Bling). And he doesn't even promote that much. He just has a cool image and is able to surprise his fans and music world in general--like Britney used to in the early 2000s. Of course things are very different now. But the point is, Drake's Team is a m a z i n g ! and I want Britney's team to be like that or better!
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