Drake has formally launched the music video for his Truthfully, Nevermind music, “Sticky.” The star-studded visible options appearances from Future, Lil Child, and the rapper’s devoted OVO conglomerate members.
Directed by Theo Skudra, ”Sticky” makes use of the signature vlog-style route the Toronto native is thought for and provides a peek into Drizzy’s costly life-style.
The music video follows Drake as he hits the stage with Lil Child, dances within the UK streets and golf equipment, hangs out with Future, eats at luxurious institutions, and vibes with Virgil Abloh’s off-road Maybach.
The Truthfully, Nevermind reduce finds Drake boasting about his successes and his lack of ability to maintain ladies off of him, the north stars of the Canadian rapper’s artistry.
“If I’m with two of ’em, then it’s a threesome/ If she alone, she a freak one/ If it’s an escort, it’s a police one,” he brags on the music’s third verse. “King of the hill, it’s a steep one/ If we collectively, it’s a short one/ Again within the ocean you go, It’s a deep one/ Forgave ni**as in they emotions, fortunate for y’all, we don’t do civilians/ You say I modified, I say that I millioned, I did/ The hardest act to comply with’s again on tour/ Off-road Maybach, Pyrex entice/ in Virgil got here again by the boy, rattling.”
The video arrives two days after the rapper postponed the Younger Cash reunion at his October World Weekend pageant on account of testing positive for COVID.
Younger Cash was set to hit the Budweiser Stage on August 1, however the star shared he must reschedule the reunion at a later on account of unexpected circumstances.
Watch the “Sticky” above.