On Sunday evening Trap Bradshaw hosted his weekly music room in A.D.H.D [All Debates Are Heated discussions] on the Clubhouse App. Trap typically selects two artists, and you have to vote the best song between two artists, kind of like a Verzuz.
This week, the Clubhouse Room, the panel ranked the Top 10 Drake & Ross Collaborations, and if you are have been following both Drake and Rick Ross’s careers, they have done numerous collaborations. However, the panel could vote and get their collabs down to ten.
- Stay Schemin
- Aston Martin Music
- Lord Knows
- Pop That
- Gold Roses
- No New Friends
- Dice Pineapple
- Money In the Grave
- I’m On One
- Lemon Pepper Freestyle
Speaking of Rick Ross, last week, he released the deluxe version of her 11th studio album, Richer Than I Ever Been.
In December, the Florida rapper released the original album, which featured excerpts of Future, 21 Savage, Wale, Jazmine Sullivan, and more. Before the album arrived, Rozay teases the deluxe with three unreleased tracks. In the updated release, “Not for Nothing,” one of the new tracks includes Anderson.Paak.
In a recent interview with Complex, Ross talked about his early career and his impact on Hip Hop. “I came from Miami. I ain’t have no big producer. We put in the work and went around, city to city, and put together a fucking database of the best producers, regardless of how big they was. We created a sound,” he said. “When it comes to that luxurious shit, it’s nobody whose name is going to come before mine. And that’s coming from the pianos to the harmonies, the flows, the John Legend collaborations.”
Meanwhile, Drake, last week took to his Instagram Story to share that he was participating in online roulette where he wagered over $200,000. The Toronto native was confident in his wager as he called which number he believed the ball would land on.
“I guarantee you it’s repeat 8,” Drake declared as the roulette wheel spun. “I feel it. Repeat 8. I know it.”