Drake On Chris Brown, Rihanna and Music

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Drake Talks To Elliott Wilson About Chris Brown, Rihanna and Music - On Friday in a surprise interview, Drake sat down with Rap Radar's head honcho, Elliott Wilson for the hip hop journalism OG's weekly show "Keep It Thoro." During the show Drake dished on Chrihanna drama, music and a whole lot more. Click on for some highlights of his conversation and don't forget to check 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C!(Photo: Courtesy of East Village Radio)

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Drake Talks To Elliott Wilson About Chris Brown, Rihanna and Music - On Friday in a surprise interview, Drake sat down with Rap Radar's head honcho, Elliott Wilson for the hip hop journalism OG's weekly show "Keep It Thoro." During the show Drake dished on Chrihanna drama, music and a whole lot more. Click on for some highlights of his conversation and don't forget to check 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C!(Photo: Courtesy of East Village Radio)

Game On - Rapper and sports fan Drake was spotted leaving Madison Square Garden in New York City after watching the New York Knicks take on the Indiana Pacers in the NBA playoffs. (Photo: Santi/Splash News)

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Headlines... For Real - Drake is one artist that tends to speak through his music, so he tends to avoid press whenever he can, but he had this to say about why:"Media, it’s just all entrapment. I’m not in the entrapment game. I came up here today because we actually have rapport, we’re friends, and you’ve always shown me respect but everything else is entrapment. People just go up to radio, start talking too much and make mistakes." (Photo: Santi/Splash News)

29. Drake ft. Rihanna "Take Care" - Drake showcased his R&B side with his sensitive duet with pop starlet Rihanna, and the title track from his album, "Take Care."(Photo: Cash Money Records)

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Drake On Rihanna - "At one point in life, the woman that he loves fell into my lap." - DrakeDrake is clearly discussing his short lived relationship with pop star Rihanna. The two dated briefly after her and Chris broke up in 2009. The saga led to Drake and Chris having an altercation last fall that's still discussed since it's unclear who started the fight and why.(Photo: Courtesy Cash Money Records)

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Adding Fuel To The Fire - Something that we learned from Drake's interview with Elliott Wilson is that he's extremely confident when it comes to Chris Brown being his "competition" for lack of a better term. Peep what he had to say about Breezy, his music and Rih:"Leave that man alone and stop preying on his insecurities man. His insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him, that I’m more popping than him, and that at one point in life ,the woman that he loves fell into my lap and I did what a real [expletive] would do and treated her with respect." Well, dang Drake! Tell us how you really feel.(Photos from left: Hall/Pena, PacificCoastNews.com,  PacificCoastNews.com)

All Meme - Drake may have been voted the most influential rapper on social media, but more popular than him is the way #BlackTwitter goes in on the "Draft Day" rapper for almost anything he does. From the basketball groupie love tweets to the infamous DaDa suit and the Nothing Was the Same album cover, keep reading for the funniest Drake vs. Black Twitter moments. — Dominique Zonyeé (@DominiqueZonyee)(Photo: George Pimentel/WireImage)

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On Lyrical Responsibility - Clearly Rick Ross has made headlines recently regarding his new music and the fact that he raps about date rape in "U.O.E.N.O." Drake thinks that every rapper is responsible for his actions and this is what he said about it:"The world is listening. I think the situation the other day with the Rocko song is a wake up call for all of us. Rap is important. The world is listening. It’s a wake up call. If you are going to say something that is going to put you at risk, make sure it’s a message worth fighting for."  (Photo: George Pimentel/WireImage)

Battling Breezy? - Drake had more than a mouthful about Chris and went on to insult Chris Brown's lyrical abilities with this statement: "It?s not me and Kendrick [Lamar], it?s not me and Hov, you?re not gonna get anything out of it. I don?t wanna hear that man rap, you know what I?m saying? Nobody wants to hear me rap against him, you?re not even going to get anything out of it. I just urge media to leave that [expletive] alone."(photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Battling Breezy? - Drake had more than a mouthful about Chris and went on to insult Chris Brown's lyrical abilities with this statement: "It’s not me and Kendrick [Lamar], it’s not me and Hov, you’re not gonna get anything out of it. I don’t wanna hear that man rap, you know what I’m saying? Nobody wants to hear me rap against him, you’re not even going to get anything out of it. I just urge media to leave that [expletive] alone."(photo: John Ricard / BET)

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A Different Drake - With a new album on the way, extra bass in his voice and the summer in his hands, we're sure that Drake's new music will show the maturity of a man who's all about handling his business. There will of course be tracks about love, but we have the funny feeling that we're going to be introduced to a brand new Drake. Stay tuned!(Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage)