Published Dec 13, 2014We've once again rolled on to that time in the week where we take a look back at all the news here on Exclaim.ca. So if you fear you missed something, here's just some of what went down this week.
First off, Drake and Diddy caused a whole lot of drama by reportedly getting into a dust-up at a Miami club. Neither of the hip-hop stars has commented publicly on the matter, but all signs point to Diddy being upset at Drake after the Toronto musician allegedly jacked the beat for his hit"0 to 100."
Then of course there was Canada's very own Stephen Harper, who decided to continue on ruining rock history one cover at a time.
Also, Marilyn Manson addressed that controversial Lana Del Rey rape video, YouTube named its most popular music videos of 2014, and Canada's only pressing plant, RIP-V, is closing after being bought out by an American company.
In other news, Sleater-Kinney are bringing their reunion tour to Canada, Modest Mouse are about to release a new single, L7 are plotting a reunion and Dan Deacon announced a new album.
Last but not least, Subhumans/D.O.A. player Brian "Wimpy Roy" Goble sadly passed away.