VIDEO FAB: Drake's “5AM In Toronto”
Canadian rapper Drake went back home to shoot his viral video "5AM In Toronto." Watch him pay homage to his beginnings inside...
Drake has dropped "5AM In Toronto", the second single from his upcoming disc, Nothing was the Same. Shot in Toronto, the viral clip shows Drizzy walking down a dimly lit street, smoking a blunt and sipping from a cup as his homeboys listen to him flow.
Rocking a “Welcome to the Family” sweatshirt with the faces of the Cash Money Millionaires, he also attends Beach Blast and watches a group of girls in bikinis play volleyball. He tweeted,
Nothing was the Same, Drake's third disc, is expected to drop later this summer.
Watch the "5AM In Toronto" video here:
Drake recently collaborated with Snoop Lion and his daughter Cori B. on the powerful video “No Guns Allowed.” The Jessy Terrero-directed clip uses images of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Aurora theater massacre, and the Trayvon Martin killing to bring home the anti-gun message. Snoop told Rap-Up,
“It’s a powerful song and we hope to spread a positive message that hits home with people. We’ve seen too much bloodshed involving guns and we want to prevent the next incident from happening. That’s what’s it all about, trying to bring awareness and push love and peace.”
The record will appear on Snoop’s upcoming album Reincarnated (April 23).