Fuse to Air Drake's First-Ever Televised Concert
Tue, 23 Nov 2010 13:22:07
FUSE, Madison Square Garden's national music television network, will air a performance by my favorite nasally-voiced and Grammy-nominated recording artist Drake! Drake's September 29 performance from the iconic Radio City Music Hall will air exclusively on Fuse on November 24, which is tomorrow, Thanksgiving Eve, at 9 PM ET. Prep for a day of feasting by enjoying some live Drake. Last name "Ever." First name "Greatest."
Airing in HD on Fuse, Fuse Presents: Drake Live From Radio City Music Hall, presented by Sprite, will feature songs from Drake's hit album Thank Me Later, in addition to other fan favorites, along with special guests, including Trey Songz, Birdman, Fabolous and more. Fuse and Sprite have collaborated to bring Drake's first ever televised concert to fans across the U.S. with limited commercial interruptions. That's enough for me to watch; I hate commercial breaks. I don't really drink soda, but when I do, I reach for Sprite or Dr. Pepper.
"If I could perform every night and make it to every city, I would," said Drake. "Partnering with Fuse to broadcast my Radio City show allows me to perform for the fans who weren't able to make it out to my ‘Light Dreams & Nightmares Tour.' Performing at a venue like Radio City is an honor and I'm excited that Fuse has given me a chance to preserve it."
To complement the telecast of Fuse Presents: Drake Live From Radio City Music Hall, Fuse will go Drake crazy! The network will air an all-day Drake takeover including Loaded: Drake, a half-hour compilation of his greatest music videos. For more information on programming surrounding the show, go to here.
Fuse.tv will celebrate the show with "Drake Week" which will run until November 29. Fuse.tv/Drake will feature information about Fuse Presents: Drake Live from Radio City Music Hall, photos and videos of Drake and other Drake content. Drake! Drake! Drake! In addition, there will be new articles all week devoted to Drake as an artist covering topics ranging from his influence in the music industry to his place in the online community.
You won't overdose on turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie. You will overdose on Drake, and that's a very good thing.
Watch Drake perform "Fancy" live below!
Will you be watching Fuse Presents: Drake Live From Radio City Music Hall tomorrow night?