Drake Marries 23 Women In Falling Back Video

Immediately after his surprise album Honestly, Nevermind, Drake released the first image of “Falling Back”.

In the nearly 10-minute epic clip directed by director X, Aubrey Graham marries 23 women (!!).

In the opening scene, on her wedding day, she receives relationship advice from her best man, Tristan Thompson. The NBA star asks Drake if he’s “ready” to walk down the aisle, and Drake reassures him that he is.

“It doesn’t sound right, we’re scrapping it. We’re going home, it’s over,” Thompson says, as Drake replied, “It’s a good time for me, you know. I’m ready to settle in, I’m in love.”

A dapper Drake then stands at the altar and is ready to say “I’m doing it” to his 23 daughters-in-law. He gives each of them special handshakes before putting rings on their hands. “I think he takes that really seriously,” says Sandi Graham, Drake’s mother.

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Dan Finnerty of The Hangover plays the wedding singer and

She performs an open lounge version of “Best I Ever Had.” Later, Drake goes to the after party as he descends to the dance floor with his 23 new wives, each posing for their wedding portrait.

He also can’t help but share his support for Young Thug and Gunna with the message “Free YSL”.

Drake dropped it off on Friday, just hours after announcing his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind. The 14-piece project includes contributions from Black Coffee, Gordo and 21 Savage.


Drake Responds To Album Critics: ‘WE WAIT FOR YOU TO CATCH UP’

Drake sets trends.

On Friday, the Toronto rapper released his surprise seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, which includes dance and house music. But not everyone was a fan of his new sound, which was a distinct departure from his previous hip-hop-heavy albums.

Social media weighed in with his thoughts, sharing memes and jokes about Drake‘s amazing voice.

“I thought Drake was rapping finna’s ass. He gave us Forever 21, Hot Topic, H&M ass music,” one person tweeted, while another joked, “Drake rocked my hips like a bad bitch.”

Drake has apparently heard the feedback and has a message for anyone who isn’t a fan of his new direction. A video appeared on the Internet in which he responded to criticism. According to Drake, he’s right ahead of the curve, and his critics will soon catch his wave.

“If you haven’t understood yet, everything is fine,” he said. “That’s what we’re doing. We’re waiting for you to catch up.”

Drake said: “We’ve already caught it. Let’s move on to the next one.”

Drake worked with producers such as Black Coffee, Gordo, Rampa and Alex Lustig to create his new album.

“It took us about six, seven months to do it, maybe,” he said during the new SiriusXM show “Table for One.” “And it’s something I’ve always wanted to do. I really don’t want to explain it too much, I just want to play it because it’s a band of music that I love.”

But for those who don’t like “dance” Drake, they may be happy to know that he’s working on his next project. “A little later, another Scary Watch package is coming,” he said. “I’m going to slap some heads with the Scary Watches package. I love this shit.”

To be honest, Nevermind is breaking new ground and record for Drake. In just one hour, the 14-track album became the largest dance album in Apple Music history, with the most first-day streams worldwide.

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