Drake’s ‘Worst Behavior’ Video Features Juicy J’s Sketch Comedy Debut
Also, watch Juvenile do "Back That Azz Up" at Drizzy's Dallas tour stop
UPDATE: The official version of the video has arrived and is streaming above. We now know that the Director X-helmed clip features Drake’s dad Dennis Graham as the lead “’70s pimp” referenced below, and that Project Pat (“Pattycakes”) and former Hot Boys member Turk guest as well. Oh, and now that we’ve got a better view of the costume being worn by the beardy bro, it’s clearly a mascot version of the OVO owl.
At a weekend stop in New Orleans, Drake played his entire, extended music video for Nothing Was the Same song “Worst Behavior.” The 10-minute clip was shot in Memphis, Tennessee, and opens on the historic Royal Studios, which was run by Drizzy’s uncle Willie Mitchell. Vintage-style shots of ’70s pimps then transition to modern-themed footage of Drake and friends, as he shouts, “They used to never want to hear us.” There’s an extended comedy skit featuring SPIN interview subject Juicy J and a Three-Six Mafia stan in the video’s dead center, and some wild street dancing to follow. Watch that above.
Meanwhile, on the Would You Like a Tour? tour’s Sunday night stop in Dallas (November 10), Drake surprised the crowd with former Hot Boys star Juvenile, who performed his 1999 hit “Back That Azz Up,” which was sampled on the song “Practice” from Aubrey Graham’s 2011 album Take Care. As Miss Info points out, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Busta Rhymes, and A$AP Mob have also cameoed at various stops along Drake’s tour. Back it up below.