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Video: Drake’s Documentary Deleted Scenes

Here’s a behind the scenes look at Drake’s Fireworks track featuring Alicia Keys. This happens to be one of the deleted scenes from Drake’s recent documentary “Better Than Good Enough” which premiered last night. Video after the jump.

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Drake Writes His Raps In His Blackberry

Ever wonder how Drake comes up with the sickest lyrics. In the new documentary “Better Than Good Enough” Drake explains his method of writing good music.

In this clip from the upcoming doc, Drizzy bops to the track Kanye West produced for “Show Me a Good Time” and then picks up a Blackberry and starts punching out some rhymes.

B96 Interview with Drake

Drake was in Chicago earlier this week to promote his debut album “Thank Me Later”. He had also had an album release party by Power 92, but while in town he dropped by B96’s studio to do a morning show with J-Niice and Julian.

Drake’s Family Tree Connects

Want to see how Drake is connected? Well MTV goes into some detail on this subject.

There are a handful of associates from Toronto (Oliver, 40 and Niko) as well as a handful of dudes who have had his back since the beginning (including about-to-blow producer Boi 1da and R&B sex jammer Trey Songz). Then there is Drake’s actual label family, lead by boss and mentor Lil Wayne and featuring fellow Young Money associates Nicki Minaj and Mack Maine (as well as Cash Money boss Birdman).

Who’s In Drizzy’s Fave 5?

In an upcoming issue of People Magazine, Drake reveals his top five favorite rappers of all time and what they mean to him and his success. Check out what Drizzy had to say about each one.

1. Lil Wayne (of course)- “It’s hard as a rapper not to become repetitive, and he always has a new way to make it fun.”

2. Andre 3000- “If I wasn’t myself, I would want to be that guy!”

3. Kanye West- “I’ve never been so moved by a person’s entire career. He’s the guy I’ll tell my kids about.”

4. Nas- “He influenced this album a lot. I had to break down how he raps.”

5. Jay Z- “You look at [other] rappers from his era, and they couldn’t transcend generations. But he’s still completely relevant.”

Video: Drake Alife Performance In New York

Drake is running around town these days. Drake performed at a private gathering at a popular sneaker spot. Mr. Elliott Wilson from RapRadar film this. He says:

I missed capturing dude rock “Show Me A Good Time” for the first time, but in the above clip he runs through “Ignorant Shit”, “Forever”, and “Fancy”. After the jump, an Internets’ wet dream as Aubrey lays his “9 Am In Dallas” bars over J.Cole’s “Who Dat”. You can thank me now. TML Day!