Drake Releases Music Videos From “For All The Dogs”
Drake has released two music videos to accompany his eighth studio album, For All The Dogs. Hours before the album release, Drake and his team delivered the visuals for “8AM in Charlotte.” Fans of the artist know the importance of the timestamp songs as they emphasize the bars within them.
The video opens with Drake’s son, Adonis, explaining the drawing that eventually became the cover art for the FATD. Through the youngest member of October’s Very Own explanation, we learn that the drawing is in fact a goat. With the addition of Drake’s name written next to the drawing, Adonis says that his father is “daddy goat.” Following this story, the beat drops.
In Drake fashion, the video is a mix of solo shots and shots of the October’s Very Own crew sporting “Hate Survivor” shirts. The difference between this video is that his son remains a fixture throughout. The pair also spend significant time together in front of the camera.
There are many who speculate that hidden within this song one can find rebuttals to disses from the likes of NBA Young Boy or shots directed towards Kanye West. There hasn’t been video accompaniment to a timestamp song since 2016, three years after the song’s initial release.
Drake also teamed up with Lil Yachty and Cole Bennet to provide fans with the visuals for “Another Late Night.” The video relies heavily on CGI animations while playing on the relationship the rappers have with each other.
The video matches the bounce of the song as the two seemingly are just having fun. Drake provides energy in his shots as he is driven by an anime-cosplaying actress or rapping with wolves in the background. Yatchy matches the energy in his own shots and gets tattooed in the process. Cole Bennet captured the duo in their preferred environments. He did his thing on this one.
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