The Canadian rapper confirms the physical release of his mixtape, "If You're Reading This It's Too Late," which debuted digitally last Feb. 12, will be on April 21.
During the set's debut week, it sold 495,000 copies making Drake the first and only rapper to clinch the no. 1 spot on Billboard's Artist 100 chart. Since its release, the mixtape sold more than 774,000 copies. The success of the mixtape continues to surprise as Spotify streams for the album reached over 140 million times, with "Jungle" raking 3.2 million YouTube views since Feb. 12.
Drake also announced that he will release an official fourth album, Views From The 6 this year. Release date is rumored to be during the rapper's annual OVO Festival in Toronto in August 2 and 3. Although unclear on the meaning of "6," speculations point out to his Toronto hometown that uses the particular area code. Drake also revealed that he will have a U.S. Tour pitting him against fellow rapper Lil Wayne. more >>
The stakes are getting high right now with just about a handful of episodes left before the current season of the hit crime-fighting and superhero TV drama series "Arrow" comes to an end.
Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) was locked up for taking on the identity of the Arrow instead of Oliver (Stephen Amell). The ever persistent Ra's Al Ghul (Matthew Nable), on the other hand, won't back up with his plans to make Ollie a part of his League.
A new promotional video for an upcoming crossover episode between "Arrow" and "The Flash" in which Oliver was seen donning a League of Assassins' garb instead of his green archer uniform that fans of the show often see him in. more >>
The quest to find the cure for the Mark of Cain has been a big burden for the Winchester brothers. However, the next episode of the hit supernatural TV series "Supernatural" may provide the answer that Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) have long been searching for. If only it would be that easy.
The episode aptly titled "Book of the Damned" is reported to see the return of Charlie (Felicia Day) and her first order of business is to inform the demon hunters that she has the information as to where the Book of the Dead is located. But knowing where the book is will just be the first part of the plan. Obtaining it will certainly be a challenge for the trio.
A synopsis for the upcoming segment was posted on The Futon Critic and it reveals that a certain man named Jacob Styne (guest star Jeff Branson) declares that his family owns the book and he won't let anyone take it. In fact, Styne will resort to some violent actions to protect his property by shooting Charlie. more >>
This week's showing of the hit police procedural TV drama series "Criminal Minds" Season 10 will reroute back to the show's familiar faces after it aired the backdoor pilot for its spinoff series titled "Beyond Borders" last April 8.
While fans await as to how the previous episode fare in the small screen, the upcoming segment will see Rossi (Joe Mantegna), Hotch (Thomas Gibson), Morgan (Shemar Moore) and Callahan (Jennifer Love Hewitt) back into action.
Titled "A Place at the Table," the BAU team will be called in to investigate a certain family in Maryland who are murdered at their very own dining table. The synopsis posted on The Futon Critic says that the team will track down other members related to the family as well as friends of the deceased to help uncover the secrets behind the gruesome murder. more >>
Fans are getting more hooked in the unexpected twists and turns of the third season of the hit spy fiction TV drama series "The Americans."
Now that Philip Jennings (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth's (Keri Russel) secrets were already revealed to their daughter, Paige (Holly Taylor), it would only be a matter of time that their identities will be out in the open. And fans were quick to speculate that this could affect the younger Jennings' life.
Series creator Joe Weisberg told The New York Post that "it's going to take some time" for Paige to "digest" the idea about her family's real deal. more >>
The Democratic Party supports legal abortion until the baby is born, according to Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
When asked if abortion should be legal until the moment of birth, she answered that the decision should be left to the mom and her doctor, adding, "Period. End of story."
Wasserman Schultz's answer came three times. First in response to a question by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and two more times during Tuesday CNN and Fox News interviews. more >>