Directed by Karena Evans, who also did "Nice For What", the video finds Drake heading back to his old stomping grounds at DeGrassi High School and reuniting with his classmates from "Degrassi: The Next Generation" for one nostalgic party.
Among the Degrassi alums to soon join Drake and Kippel are Nina Dobrev, Stacey Farber, Adamo Ruggiero, Lauren Collins, Jake Epstein, Christina Schmidt, Andrea Lewis, Melissa McIntyre, LinLyn Lue, Stefan Brogen, Ephraim Ellis (who is lucky he got invited considering Rick shot Jimmy), Jake Goldsbie, Marc Donato, Dalmar Abuzeid, A.J. Saudin, Miriam McDonald, Cassie Steele, Sarah Barrable-Tishauer, and Paula Brancati. There's also a possibly unintentional flashback to the 1976 horror film "Carrie" when a fire starts in the gym and the cast runs horrified out of the building.
Drake might have well-and-truly lost the war with Pusha T, but regardless of your rap-feud allegiances you can't deny that he's on a winning streak with his music videos ahead of releasing his fifth album, Scorpion.
Drake posted on Instagram that his next album, "Scorpion", would be released June 29.
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Ultimate, the company kicked things off with metal music and a insane looking new title called Daemon X Machina . Nintendo opened their E3 Direct with a brand new game - a stylish action-mecha game titled Daemon X Machina .
GGG vs. Canelo Alvarez 2 date set
Loeffler told Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday that he believes a rematch will generate more interest than the first fight. There was no word on Wednesday about the details of the agreement or even if a contract has been signed.