It’s going to be another stellar year for the Juno Awards, as the Canadian music industry’s biggest event has just released the nominees for 2014.
Slated to hit the MTS Centre in Winnipeg on March 30th, the 43rd annual installment may very well be dominated by the likes of Arcade Fire, Michael Bublé, Serena Ryder and Tegan and Sara, all of whom have received multiple nods.
He’s been gearing up for hosting and serving as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” this week, and Drake somehow found time to visit “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night (January 16).
The “Degrassi: The Next Generation” star couldn’t say enough positive things about his experience on SNL thus far- "Yesterday I did the read-through and it was like probably one of the best days of my life.”
Joining the trend of mainstream music mayhem, Drake is being sued for canceling two of his Chicago concerts, because he allegedly wanted more money the previously agreed amount, as well as refusing to pay back hundreds of thousands of dollars he’d been paid for the performances.
Status Entertainment claimed that the rapper canceled a March 2012 show, during his reported “meteoric rise to the top of the music charts, achieving worldwide fame and fortune,” and that is apparently what made his asking price skyrocket.