Drizzy Is In New York City…. Looking Softer Than Sherbert

- By Bossip Staff

"Toronto rapper Drake in New York on the cell phone"

Drake was spotted cellphone chattin’ in Manhattan today. The rapper has been in town promoting Thank Me Later . Pop the hood for another shot, along with Drizzy’s reaction to his album taking a leak

Are you feelin’ Drizzy’s light peach hoodie? We love how he is so in touch with his feminine side.

"Drake walks around New York on his cellphone"

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While in New York this week Drake took some time to visit Lil Wayne in jail and hold a listening for his album.

Click Here For Drizzy’s Reaction To “Thank Me Later” taking a leak on the internets…

If you haven’t already grabbed it online, here’s the tracklisting:

Track Listing:
1. Fireworks (Feat. Alicia Keys)
2. Karaoke
3. The Resistance
4. Over
5. Show Me A Good Time
6. Up All Night (Feat. Nicki Minaj)
7. Fancy (Feat. Swizz Beatz)
8. Shut It Down
9. Unforgettable
10. Light Up (Feat. Jay-Z)
11. Miss Me (Feat. Lil Wayne)
12. Cece’s Interlude
13. Find Your Love
14. Thank Me Now

In addition to “Light Up” we’re feelin’ Drake’s track “Karaoke”.

We’re not about to endorse piracy, so if you want to actually pre-order Drizzly’s album before it’s June 15th release date, you can do so HERE. There is a special package for all the Drizzly stans that includes a Drake poster, an ‘Exclusive’ Cash Money Records T-Shirt and Cash Money Records Music Sampler

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Comments

  • you're not too bright

    dfgah

  • you're not too bright

    awwwwweeeee yeah…
    first up in this b!+ch!!!!

  • THE SMOKIN' SECTION

    LOL @ “softer than sherbert”

  • wtf

    Drake i love you ; but it was like 85 degrees yesterday fxck you doin in a HOODIE

  • Joy

    CAN’T WAIT! Hope it lives up to all the hype though… And yes, I like him in peach! LMAO!

  • Lisa

    He looks like he has a lot of hair going on between his a.ss and between his legs. I wonder if he shaves daily?

    But I actually like the hoodie.

  • Kenny

    Music is down the drain and kids will listen to anything

  • CreoleLadee

    Lol where do yall get these captions? But he doesnt look soft to me.

  • lovers

    I am 18 years old, coming across an online community for individual seeking interracial love.

    It is balck white date . C/O/M-

    All singles there are seeking interracial relationships. Interracial is not a problem there, but a great merit to cherish!

  • SIGN OF THE TIMES!

    JUST THINK RAPPERS USED TO HAVE TO HAVE STREET CRED. AND A JAIL RECORD…MAN TIMES HAVE CHANGED AND NOW WE KNOW MOST OF THESE RAPPERS ARE “FAKE” GANGSTER WANNA BEES…SEEMS THIS RAP GAME WAS BUILT ON FAKE, BAD ACTORS OHH MY BAD ISN’T DRAKE AN ACTOR?

  • Lisa

    @Sign of the times:

    Street cred? F.uck a thug.

  • miss dior

    Lol @ ‘softer than sorbet’.

  • Miss 21

    Gotta love Drake..hottest rapper/singer in the game

  • P

    nah I do not gotta love that talentless fruit cookie

  • yup

    “Grown black men in tutus and heels. Yes, that is exactly what we need in our already effed up community.”

    ^ And the church said amen.

    Oh yeah…LOL @ “softer than sherbert”

  • lilbabiphat2004

    @ sign of the times

    drake never tried to come off as a thug when did he ever say anything about being a thug?

  • F U

    Sherbert isnt soft. Drake is a real man not a ignant ghetto baffoon.

  • kizznmakeup

    Damn, he ugly.

  • Robert

    Reality, I am sorry but the greatest artist were thugs and gangsters. Tupac and Biggie both were gangsters/thugs. They both sold drugs and Pac had a criminal longer than him when he came up. The difference was that they told stories about life and about the struggle. They were selling drugs to feed themselves. Wu tang clan and other rappers rapped about issues and street life. With wit and character it was a beautiful time in 1990’s with beautiful music and rappers that were cool. Now these kids got telletubbies and are more fascinated with materialism than anything else. Some these kids fed off the style of the last generation and now aren’t bringing nothing new to the table.

  • xiha'

    Lol @ Lisa

    and the speculation about what’s going on in the man’s azz crack …. whew!!lol

  • Jay

    When they mean street cred Lisa, they mean men who have lived the life of the most hated. Respect is given because the men can relate, that is all it was about in the late 90’s. Most of the rappers were poets and dudes who real black men could relate too not these little pink cookies. I like Drake but his material is for kids like Lil Wayne, nothing enlightening about the dude. Wake me up when these kids listen to some real positive music from men who have lived it. Common, Nas and the roots and other rappers who put out real positive music rather than this pop garbage.

  • bianca melrose

    omg drake is VERY gorgeous!!😀

  • redbonekillbill

    I swear ya’ll think everyone’s gay

  • 16atwar

    man drake is a good rapper., If you 90s people want Ya’ll gangsta rappers then go listen to them., this is the younger generation., remember the generation before Ya’ll that didn’t like the gangsta rap but Ya’ll kept listening and enjoyed Ya’ll music., let us do the same. just because YOU don’t like it doesn’t make it bad music, its just something you not use to and you don’t want to got use to. so SHUT Up and let us have our generation!

  • Reality

    @ Robert NAS is the greatest MC ever, with due respect to Jesus, Nasir is hiphop personified. Tupac and biggie were great rappers and story tellers aswell.
    @Lisa street cred means you are manly and actually hiphop resonates from you and not it being placed on your person. eg black eyed peas are not hiphop but commercial constructs.

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