The music video that features Riri visualizes the ups and downs of a relationship between Drizzy and the Barbados beauty, while the other one sees him in Bar Mitzvah.
"Take Care" music video which has Drake and Rihanna getting cozy with each other has hit the web in its entirety. It additionally features slow-motion images of a restless bull, a gracefully-flapping bird, a snowy landscape and a lithe male dancer. Almost at the same time, a clip for his other song "HYFR" which features Lil Wayne also makes its debut for fans' viewing pleasure.
While the "Take Care" clip highlights the underlying sexual tension between Drizzy and Riri with interception of nature imagery, the "HYFR" video takes fans inside the rapper's actual Bar Mitzvah as a kid and as an adult. "On October 24th 2011 Aubrey 'Drake' Graham chose to get re-Bar Mitzvah'd as a re-commitment to the Jewish religion," so it's explained.
Drizzy explained the concept of the "Take Care" video to Capital FM, "It's all basically the ups and downs of a relationship but represented in icebergs and fire and animals and just pulsating movement and then you've got me and Rihanna very intimate - kissing, hugging."
Calling the video "very artistic" and "very abstract," the Canadian rapper elaborated his explanation, "There's actually for once no story necessarily as far as there being a narrative like 'What's My Name?' or 'Find Your Love' where there's stories. This is just beautiful imagery."
Talking about the MC's chemistry with Riri, director Yoann Lemoine told MTV, "They seemed to be super close and that's what I wanted for the video."