Although he didn't know it, Drake had an album hit iTunes on May 28th. "The Girls Love Drake," was released by Canadian Money Entertainment and even featured tracks from Drake's free mixtape "So Far Gone." Reps for Drake said not only did they not ok the release, they are still working on clearing samples used on the tracks. Drake's manager, Al Branch, sent a cease and desist letter to iTunes and plans on suing Canadian Money Entertainment. "This is a straight bootleg, a scandal," he said. "We are behind promoting records at radio, but haven’t sold it. iTunes position is that they are store and they stock everything. They have a waiver and as long as people sign it and are responsible for the product they submit, then they go for it."
As we reported yesterday, Drake is rumored to be in the middle of big bidding war. Although its believed that Drake will probably sign with Universal due to their relationship with his Young Money
crew, sources have told news outlets that three majors are in possibly
"one of the biggest bidding wars ever." It is rumored that an
undisclosed company has offered Drake $2 million to join their ranks. In a recent interview [watch here], Drake talked about whethere he will accept the offer and even performed live. [watch here]
Drake – Talks 2 Mill Offer + Live Performance