WATCH: New Video from Drake and Lil’ Wayne
Plus: The Thank Me Later rapper plans a November concert to celebrate Weezy's release from prison.
Drake premiered the music video for Thank Me Later cut “Miss Me,” featuring jailbird Lil Wayne, on Thursday night and it can only be described with one word: hot. Watch below!
The clip opens with the Toronto MC lighting a Molotov cocktail and throwing it against a brick wall. Then the music starts and the screen cuts to a room with a long-legged lady in lace and high heels stripping for of Drake. Fire? Check. Sex appeal? Check. Hot? Double check. “Yeah, girl it’s on / You know what it is? When I finally make it home,” he sings. “I just hope that you miss me a little when I’m gone.”
An image of Lil’ Wayne then appears projected on a brick wall (video feed from prison?), with the New Orleans native rapping, “I’m a love machine, and I won’t work for nobody but you.” To show the love, much of Drake’s Young Money Family later appear in the clip, including the label’s CEO Birdman.
In related news, Weezy is set to be released from the slammer soon! And of course, Drake is throwing his mentor a party, announcing it via Ustream on Thursday following the “Miss Me” premiere. “November 5, the Welcome Home Weezy concert,” he said. “That’s gonna be crazy. I told you I got you. I would never just Ustream and talk about nothing.”
Watch the “Miss Me” video, then tell us what you think in the comment section.
WATCH: Drake & Lil Wayne, “Miss Me”