Drake's "5AM In Toronto" video just dropped, and it's a pretty subdued affair.
The rapper is seen smoking and walking around (what's presumably Toronto) at night, stopping by some sort of underground volleyball club where charming ladies play the game in slow motion. Everything is dark and pretty moody, which is nice given the song is pretty emotional. In the track, Drake basically just reminds us that he's really successful and that people should stop making fun of him because he's really successful. It's Drake at his most Drake, in a sense. (It's also not the first time his videos have included women playing sports in slow motion; in the visuals for his breakout hit "Best I Ever Had," Drake coaches a team of scantily clad basketball players.)
This song is also notable because it includes a shot at Chris Brown ("A couple albums dropped, those are still on the shelf / I bet them sh-ts would have popped if I was willin' to help"), a salvo Brown returned by calling Drake gay in a new remix of Young Jeezy's "RIP" ("And if you started from the bottom, go on and come out the closet"). Classy!
Anyways, Drake thinks this look into his "Sinatra lifestyle" is pretty viral:
Watch the video above and let us know what you think in the comments. Maybe tell us your favorite line too. Ours: "I could load every gun with bullets that fire backwards -- probably wouldn't lose a single rapper." (Get it?)