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.
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.
Semi-Baby Drake hangs in T-Dot with his early-2000s crew.
Full-On Baby Drake (those glasses!) adorably sings Kenny Lattimore’s “
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