Drake – Worst Behavior [Video] #NWTS
Toronto, ON – Drake releases the latest visuals in support of his Nothing Was The Same album. The DJ Dahi-produced “Worst Behavior,” a 10-minute video co-directed by Director X and Drake himself, filled with humorous clips featuring the likes Juicy J, Project Pat, October’s Very Own and even Drake’s father.
Shot in Memphis, Tennessee, the video opens with a group of soul players getting down inside Willie Mitchell’s legendary Royal Studios and shots of the Memphis culture. Drake is mobbed by locals while a comedy routine takes shape close by involving the aforementioned local star rappers and OVO co-horts including Ryan Silverstein and OB O’Brien, decked out in an owl costume. Hilarity ensues largely at the hand of OB’s infamous quick wit and personality. OB plays the aspiring rapper promoting his TOPSZN mixtape, preaching the validity of his product to the star cameos.
Midway through as the sun sets, Drake and the crew lurk through downtown Memphis surrounded by an impressive fleet of street dancers – while a full-sized owl is seen across town somewhere posting up in front of a Fast Ca$h sign. You don’t want to miss this one. A healthy dose of serious and funny to highlight the “Worst Behavior.”
Towards the end of the video a clip backed by “From Time” kicks in which could be alluding to a full-length video for that song in the near future. But as history shows, a short clip at the end of a video doesn’t always mean a full clip is coming.
Twitter: @Drake | @iDirectorX | @ITSOB
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