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Pink pimpin' baby. Drake has just released the second music video off his platinum Nothing Was The Same, for his song "Worst Behavior" (or rather "Behaviour" since he's Canadian). The video is filmed in Memphis, Tennessee where Drake's father is from. Directed by Director X, "Worst Behavior" starts off at the famous Royal Studios and then takes you on a mini tour of Memphis, with Drake and his crews. Watch out for appearances from Snoop Dog, Juicy J, Project Pat, Turk of the Hot Boys and most interestingly Drake's dad. Fell free to skip through the interlude in the middle. Watch Drake's new music video "Worst Behavior" below. Seen via: Hypebeast
She might be a good girl, but we all know from this video, that you've been a bad boy. Aside from Drake's new album Nothing Was The Same releasing today, his new single "Hold On, We're Going Home" also came out with a cinematic music video directed by cinematographer Bill Pope--known for his work on movies The Matrix and Spiderman. Though we we're excited to see the video that matched the song we haven't been able to get out of our heads, it left u a little underwhelmed. Though this is not the first time we've seen A$AP in someone else's video (remember Lana Del Ray's "National Anthem"?), we're not sure we understand his relevance. Confusion didn't stop there, the song itself is done and composed well, yet it's connection to the music video falls short. We find it hard to believe that a kidnap, and what feels like, a never ending machine gun shoot out is connected with the lyrics and the feeling of the song. Nevertheless, we do applaud his attempt at switching up things with a more cinematic approach? Watch Drake "Hold On, We're Going Home" below and let us know what you think.
Drops of New Drizzy Drake is set to put out his album, Nothing Was The Same on September 24th, and is dropping little bread crumbs along the way to the full release. This nugget comes in the form of a track called "Wu-Tang Forever." The song doesn't have much to do with the rap crew from Staten Island, though does sample Wu-Tang's “It’s Yourz” and instead has more to do with, you guessed it, love. Listen to Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever" below.
"Watch as he takes A$AP from Harlem to the world." The A$AP Rocky documentary "Suddenly" follows Pretty Flacko and his crew touring with Drake, Rihanna, Schoolboy Q and Danny Brown. It's a rags to riches story with a lot of backstage footage. If you're a fan of the man, "Suddenly" will satisfy your needs. The unsung hero, we think, is Rocky's mother aka "Mama A$AP" who fangirls over Rhianna while wearing earrings that say "Black." Is that a teardrop tattoo underneath her eye? Mama A$AP forever. Watch the trailer below.
Aubrey Graham speaks truth As you may have noticed, we have a certain fondness for Miss Carter. After promising new music earlier this week, Drake drops a new track entitled "Girls Love Beyonce," acknowledging the pandemic lady crush that we just can’t seem to shake. The R&B crooner enlisted Noah "40" Shebib to produce the song, and James Fauntleroy to sing the chorus, which samples Destiny’s Child ‘Say My Name’. Looks like tough guy Drizzy’s got a soft spot for our Queen Bey, too. Listen to Drake’s latest track "Girls Love Beyonce" below. Drake ~ Girls Love Beyonce Feat. James Fauntleroy by octobersveryown