Drake and J. Cole are getting up there. At 33 and 35, respectively, the two titans have more in common now than they did during the decade they were critically and commercially pitted against one another. Both are relatively new fathers and closer to their forties than their early twenties. Both have aged remarkably well, and managed to stay oddly prolific throughout this pandemic, with thrown-off projects, EPs, diss records, apologies, DJ Khaled appearances, and promises of full-length efforts. Another thing the two rappers have in common in is that neither are operating at their commercial peak. In July alone, Drake dropped three songs, while Cole released two — none of which will go down as candidates for song of the summer. Despite the slip in pure domination, or maybe because of it, Drake and J.
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He grew up "very poor," raised by his mother in Toronto, Ontario.
Drake 's 2-year-old son Adonis Graham made his adorable Instagram debut on Monday, with his superstar dad and mom Sophie Brussaux both posting a series of photos of the curly-haired cutie. Both commemorated their "beautiful family" in the heartwarming pictures of the toddler -- who actually has two artists for parents: a world-famous rapper as a father and a world-traveling painter as a mother. Below, here are six things to know about Brussaux:. The Canadian news outlet Narcity reported that Brussaux was born Aug. She is Brussaux used to appear in music videos, going by the name of Rosee Divine. But she's made a new name for herself in the art world, as her paintings have been featured in major exhibitions.
Released in early April, a couple of weeks after fears of the coronavirus triggered shelter-in-place orders around much of the world, the clip with more than 85 million views on YouTube follows the superstar Canadian rapper as he roams his colossal Toronto home wearing gloves, a face mask — and, one presumes, the unworried expression of a man who expects to ride out quarantine in splendor. Here he is fondling an MTV Video Music Award in a trophy room that resembles a jewelry store; there he is pausing to take a seat on a marble-topped kitchen island bigger than some studio apartments. What will concerts look like when California reopens? California is slowly reopening, providing hope that you might soon see your favorite artist in concert.