Watch old footage of Drake rapping as an adorable little kid in his moody short film ‘Jungle’


Last night, Drake dropped “Jungle,” an introspective, atmospheric meditation on fame and the rapper’s Toronto roots. The 15-minute short film, directed by Karim Huu Do, teases new music over the closing credits, but its gorgeous visuals alone make it a worthwhile watch — not to mention its excellent use of childhood home-video footage. This is peak Drake.

Our favorite Wheels Ontario Degrassi alum delivers an opening monologue that basically serves as the film’s thesis statement:

“Shit’s just crazy. The whole energy out here’s just changing, you know? It’s getting dark, man, quick… I’m drinking more, I’m smoking more — you know, we’re out here staying up so late that it’s early, like, fuck… I just gotta come home.”

Ladies and gentlemen, there is some ~acting~ happening here. Drake gets moody in the back seat of a car.

Moody Back Seat

Semi-Baby Drake hangs in T-Dot with his early-2000s crew.

Semi Baby Drake

Full-On Baby Drake (those glasses!) adorably sings Kenny Lattimore’s “

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