Shot in Memphis by Director X, the ten-minute clip features appearances from rappers Juicy J and Project Pat as well as Drake's father Dennis Graham.
After previewing the new music video at his recent concert in New Orleans, Drake drops the visuals for his "Worst Behavior" in full. The ten-minute clip features cameo appearances from Drake's father, Dennis Graham, as well as rappers Juicy J and Project Pat.
It opens with Graham and his friends playing a jazzy tune in a recording studio run by Drake's uncle Willie Mitchell. Graham is then seen dressing up as a pimp when joining his son at a parking lot and lip-syncing to the star's song.
Drake has fun in the video as he dances with several kids and hitting the streets of Memphis with his crew. Midway through the song, Juicy J and Project Pat are involved in a ridiculous comedic interlude with Drake's friends Ryan Silverstein and OVO owl mascot-clad O'Brien.
As it's previously reported, the clip was shot last month in Dennis Graham's hometown of Memphis, Tennessee by Director X. As for the song, "Worst Behavior" is featured in Drake's "Nothing Was the Same" album that has recently been certified platinum. This marks the Canadian MC's third straight platinum album and his most successful one to date.
Drake's "Worst Behavior" music video