Drake, who just came out of October World Weekend, honestly dropped the video for Nevermind’s standout “Sticky.”
The montage clip, directed by Theo Skudra, captures footage on the road of Drake, who performs alongside Lil Baby at the Subway Subway Festival in Montreal, is chased by fans and sails across Europe on his $50 million superyacht.
While partying with Black Coffee in Ibiza, 6 Gods yell at YSL and showcasing the rare Maybach off-road concept car designed by Virgil Abloh. The video also features cameos from Future and Boi-1da.
“Sticky,” which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, is Nevermind’s latest song, which received a visual after “Falling Back.”
On Friday, DJ Khaled is set to release his new single and video “Staying Alive” featuring Drake and Lil Baby.
— DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) August 2, 2022
Drake Is Too Quiet These Days
After joining the Backstreet Boys on stage earlier this month, Drake gave fans another nostalgic moment for his hometown.
On Thursday night, during the “All Canadian North Stars” show in History in Toronto, she led Canadian friend Nelly Furtado to launch the three-day October World Weekend.
Described as “a celebration of music that paves the way for us all”, the concert featured beloved Canadian acts such as Cardinal Offishall, Choclair, Jully Black, Rascalz and Keshia Chante.
But the biggest surprise of the evening was when he brought out Furtado.
“I don’t care how loud you sang tonight, right now I need you to sing as loud as you possibly can, because this right here, took a lot,” he told the crowd. “This next person’s music changed my life so much. I love her with all my heart so when she comes out here, you better show her some fu**ing love too.”