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  • Music Videos: Drake “Best I Ever Had” + Drake Explains the Real Meaning

    July 2.09 @ 11:24 am
    Posted By: admin

    Here is the most anticipated video for the summer – Drake “Best I Ever Had”. The video is directed by Kanye West. When I heard that Kanye was directing the video, I knew this would further boost Drake’s career. I peeped the video last night and was very disappointed how the video turned out. Is Kanye trying to sabotage Drake’s career? The answer is No. Complex Blog recently interviewed Drake and he describes the concept of the video. Peep the excerpt below.

    Complex: Everyone’s been waiting on this video. Can you take us through the making of it?

    Drake: Yeah. The video is directed by Kanye West. Basically we decided, as opposed to taking ourselves super serious, we just wanted to have some fun with it. Myself, being a young man, a young single man at that, I kind of wanted to be real about the way I function with women at this current point in my life. Which is, I don’t have one woman that I call my girl. There’s different girls in my life that play different roles and I see at different times, but collectively they kind of make up the roster of happiness for me [Laughs].

    Complex: Understandable. So what’s the concept?

    Drake: The concept of the video is, I’m a coach at a high school and the girls of my life are all on my high school basketball team. Throughout the video you see us prepping for this big championship game, and my team ends up losing. You see the looks on their faces at the end of the video, but the moral of the story, I guess, is win or lose, you can still be the best to somebody. When women see the video and see all the breast and ass, hopefully they don’t take offense. Hopefully they see the real meaning.

    Read the rest here

    Drake “Best I Ever Had” from kwest on Vimeo.

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