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This Bootleg Netflix Drake Documentary Is Pure Agony

'Drake: Rewriting the Rules' is a new entry in a line of garbage, basic documentaries about Drake without Drake.
Jabbari Weekes
Phil Witmer
1.22.19
Essays

How Alice Glass and DVSN Continue to Evolve in the Face of Nostalgia

Red Bull Music Festival’s first stop in Toronto put a spotlight on the constant evolution of the R&B and electroclash artists' creative process.
Corinne Przybyslawski
11.6.18
New music

Pilla B Threatens a Good Time and Fun Vibes on “Be About It”

The artist merges producer Harley Arsenault's colorful melodies with Noah '40' Shabib's signature stylings.
Devin Pacholik
10.18.18
New music

Notifi's “Won’t Get Lonely” Is Eerie R&B To Cruise Alone To

The Scarborough, by way of Montreal, artist makes his grand, mysterious introduction.
Noisey Canada Staff
8.23.18
Interviews

Meet the Artist Turning Pianos and Your Childhood Into Pop Art

"I personally believe that Toronto's art scene now is like New York's in the '80s. If there was ever a time to be... in Toronto, it's right now."
Dean Rosen
10.12.17
October's Very Owned

Welcome to October's Very Owned, a Podcast About Drake

An episode about Drake. Every single day. For a month.
Noisey Staff
10.1.17
Noisey News

Drake Has a Lil Wayne Tattoo Now, Obviously

Kind of surprised this didn't happen sooner to be honest.
Lauren O'Neill
7.25.17
Holy Shit

Listen to Drake’s New Song, “Signs,” and Watch a Louis Vuitton Fashion Show

The song is good and so are the denim fedoras.
Alex Robert Ross
6.22.17
Interviews

How FrancisGotHeat Ended Up Producing Sampha's Soulful 'More Life' Highlight "4422"

The 20-year-old Toronto producer sent Drake this beat three years ago and the rest, they say, is history.
Andrea Gambardella
4.4.17
we saw this

Roy Woods Captures the Greater Toronto Area's Potential Like No Other

Views from his last hometown show of the year.
Jake Kivanc
12.20.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Dave Returns The Favour With a Remix of Drake’s “Two Birds One Stone”

The re-titled “Two Birds No Stones” follows Drizzy’s version of the Streatham rapper’s “Wanna Know” from earlier this year.

Lauren O'Neill
12.12.16
The Greatest Things Of All Time

This Holiday Season, Remember the Power of Friendship and the Mandem with This Drake and Weeknd Exchange

An honest talk between the kings of Toronto, with absolutely no shade whatsoever.
Noisey Staff Canada
11.26.16
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