In a tribute to California, Canadian-native Drizzy is seen enjoying the warm, breezy weather of the West Coast area while driving his car around the town.
Drake is loud and proud in professing his love for California. The Canadian rapper shows his addiction to the West Coast by cruising around the town in a music video for a track called "The Motto". Joining him to pay homage to The Bay are his homies Lil Wayne and Tyga, as well as native rappers E-40, Mistah F.A.B. and the mother of the late Mac Dre.
"I love the Bay. I shot the Motto video out here," the Young Money rapper gushed in an interview. "It looks absolutely incredible." Talking further about the star-studded video shoot, he added, "We actually shot it on real film, a lot of people don't do that anymore."
"The Motto" is a digital bonus track from Drizzy's second studio album "Take Care". Although the song gets a video treatment, the MC won't likely release it as a single. Instead, he prefers Rihanna-assisted track and wants to promote it in "a best video I've done to date."
"It's a project where I think visuals are called for, for a lot of those records," he told MTV. "So we're working on definitely the 'Take Care' video, which we're trying to get shot soon and a couple of other ones, too, off the album." He added, "I want to make it perfect ... so I'm just taking my time."
Drake's "The Motto" music video