|Slim Shady and the 6 God pose in Detroit.|
Drake is riding high on the success of Views. The album is three times platinum and possibly one of the best selling albums of the year. He is also confirming another album release. The album The 6'ers is a collaboration with Gucci Mane. The two will release their album in September.
One feud that was allegedly brewing was the one with Eminem. That rumor was quickly put to bed.
Drake had enough of the bullshit rumors. He singled out Hot 97 and specifically Ebro and DJ Funkmaster Flex for starting rumors about a possible feud with Slim Shady.
Ebro was making claims that Eminem was cooking up a single aimed at Drake. Funk Flex tried to push the Meek Mill feud by releasing "Wanna Know". The song was released and it was panned by the hip-hop community.
It all started from a feud between Shady Records artist Joe Budden of Slaughterhouse going after Drake for having a ghostwriter. Drake tapped him in 4pm and Calabasas and No Shopping with French Montana.
Drake said that he's "not a one hit wonder, the fans know all his stuff!" That was a dig at Joe Budden's one hit wonder "Pump it Up" off his self-titled album on his old label Def Jam.
The rapper performed at Joe Louis Arena yesterday and he decided to pay homage to the Detroit legend. Guess what Drizzy done? He brought Em out to help him perform.
He said that's one of the greatest before he bowed to him. It confirms that the two aren't beefing.
Later Eminem released on his official Instagram a picture with Drake.
In other news, 50 Cent is releasing his long awaited album Street King Immortal this week. The album was supposed to be released on Shady Records and Aftermath Entertainment. It was shelved after 50 got into a heated feud with Interscope boss Jimmy Iovine.
Iovine had to fire 50 out the cannon after he threatened to leak songs without authorization.
50 ended the feuds with Cam'ron and Game.