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There's now an all-Drake radio station

Posted by Amy Grief / August 17, 2015

drake 92.7Drake might be Toronto's unofficial spokesperson, but that's not stopping a Charlotte, North Carolina radio station from dedicating its airwaves solely to the 6 God.

Earlier this week, The Fader reported that Charlotte's all-gospel channel switched frequencies, leaving its old station to rebrand as 92.7 Drake. In a glorious win for can-con, it plays Drake music 24/7.

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10 signs you were a Toronto raver in the 2000s

Posted by Guest Contributor / August 12, 2015

toronto raverToronto's rave scene predated the new millennium but the 2000s was still a fun time to explore what comprised the underground rave culture in Toronto. For many Canadian ravers, Toronto was the only place to be.

Here are 10 signs you were a Toronto raver in the 2000s.

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Upside down Drake videos are now a thing

Posted by Amy Grief / August 11, 2015

drake upside down videoToronto-based rapper and comedian Chai-T calls himself Drake's best friend. In February, for instance, he uploaded a video titled "Valentines Day With Drake" to his Funny Or Die page. It featured him rapping about Champagne Papi over Sam Smith's "I'm Not the Only One."

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Drake's long weekend in Toronto as seen on Instagram

Posted by Amy Grief / August 4, 2015

drakeWhile you were lazily enjoying your August long weekend at the cottage or on stay-cation in the city, Drake brought out some of the biggest names in hip hop to his beloved 6ix. And, after three nights of shows, including performances by J.Cole, Big Sean and stand-up comedian Kevin Hart, Drake headlined the grand finale of his sixth annual OVO Fest at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre last night.

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Even the new Drake video has Blue Jays fever

Posted by Amy Grief / July 31, 2015

drake videoThe Blue Jays have dominated headlines this week with two blockbuster trades and wins against both the Phillies and Royals.

Toronto's hometown hero Drake has also been in the spotlight thanks to his ongoing feud with Meek Mill. And now, on the eve OVO Fest, he appears in The Games' latest video for 100, a new track off of the LA rapper's upcoming album The Documentary 2.

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The top concerts in Toronto for August 2015

Posted by Shazia Khan / July 31, 2015

smashing pumpkins torontoThe top concerts in Toronto this August span many genres, but seem geared towards artists with an overwhelming fear of being alone. From one-night parties to weekend-long festivals, much of the musical talent coming to town plan on doing so with heaping handfuls of fellow bands sharing the stage.

Of course, you all know that impeccably lint-free Toronto mascot Drake is bringing OVO Festival back for a sixth year with J. Cole, Big Sean and Kevin Hart. Will Meek Mill's lyrical "J'accuse!" inform Drizzy's stage banter? Will Norm Kelly be the secret guest and throw down in an epic 6 God vs. Tweet God freestyle? Will this beautiful nightmare never end?

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