займ с плохой кредитной историей онлайн

Video: Drake to Collaborate w/ Jeezy & Weezy, and oh yeah Yeezy

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

He also talks about writing his shit down so that it doesn’t sound like shit:

A recent video of the Canadian rapper on Funkmaster Flex’s Hot 97 program shows Drake reading rhymes from his BlackBerry during a live freestyle. Commenters on Cipha Sounds’ YouTube page, where the video first popped up, cried foul, calling Drizzy a fraud for spitting verses from his phone. But the lyricist told Mixtape Daily he’s a proud writer and that more rappers should think about putting their words together more carefully.

“It shouldn’t be your tagline: ‘I don’t even write.’ Well, if it’s not quality product, who cares? We can tell,” Drake said. “Maybe if you took the time to write, your sh– would be a little better. … Sometimes I feel like people almost pride themselves on [not writing] and kind of look at me funny when I pull my phone out and start writing, like, ‘You write? What?’ But to each their own. You gotta do what works for you. It’s a creative process. … I’ll pull my phone out in front of anybody and start writing. And say, ‘Yo, I gotta go and check this Web site [for research],’ because I know when I come with that verse, you’re gonna be like, ‘Oh, OK, that’s why it took two hours and you needed the wireless Internet hooked up.’ It’s just about quality and taking pride in yourself and having an ear. A lot of artists don’t even know when they sound wrong or off. They’re like, ‘Yeah, that sounds the same as that hit I have on the radio.’ If you don’t know when something is wrong, you’re not gonna be one of the greats. Might be cool for a minute, but … “

Drake is still basking in the snowballing success of So Far Gone, touring and getting calls from people such as Queen Latifah and Cool & Dre for collaborations. His debut, Thank Me Later, is still in the cooker, but before any official singles drop, Drizzy has a few treats in store for his growing fanbase. Expect some big-name collabos to hit the Net soon.

“Me and [Kid] Cudi were talking at the [mtvU] Spring Break, just about so many people asking me ‘When’s that Cudi record coming? You and Cudi?’ Me and Cudi gonna make it work,” Drake promised. “Other than that, I got a song with ‘Ye and Wayne. I got a song: me, Wayne and Jeezy. I got some stuff coming to just keep the people entertained until that album hits the shelves, and hopefully my work on So Far Gone will allow me to at least break into the industry in an impressive way.”