Drake was shooting a music video for an upcoming release.
Over the weekend, two videos surfaced of Drake in Brooklyn for a video shoot. In the first video, he’s standing in front of Marcy Projects, rapping along to an inaudible backing track. In the second, fans have flocked to the area to get a glimpse of the scene.
Social media users responded quickly, some noting that he looked nervous and unaware of his surroundings. Ever aware of the current conversation, Drake responded to the comments on Instagram.
“That other clip under covers pulled up quick with the iPhones out on my life,” he wrote. “I was tryna see what was going on…it was all Marcy love.”
Drake said he wasn’t looking nervous in MarcyProjects .. he said he only looked around cuz he scoped out some Feds . He said Brooklyn was all love pic.twitter.com/hFV0T9KJBA
— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) February 10, 2020
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Back in January, Brian “B. Dot” Miller of Rap Radar said Drake sent him an unheard track. Miller discussed the track in an interview with Rob Markman. “He sent me a record and it was incredible,” Miller said. “It sounds like one of those time-stamp joints.” The Toronto MC recently invited Miller and Elliott Wilson to his house in Toronto for an interview with the Rap Radar Podcast.
On Twitter, Miller confirmed the video shoot was for the aforementioned track.
Drake recently released two new tracks with Future, “Life is Good” and “Desires.” From the looks of things, a new project Drake project is on the way sooner than later.