Our take on R&B singer's long-awaited second album
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Drake tours his hometown and continues weighing the burden of being awesome on an occasionally brilliant album that feels like a missed opportunity.
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To make his new album, the Seattle MC had to finally confront his demons – not to mention his place in hip-hop, and white America
Birdwatching with the indie heroine and proud weirdo
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One of hip-hop's all-time greats sums up his legacy on a brilliant, confounding album
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