- Drake has taken to social media to let the world know that he has dropped a new music video for his single, Laugh Now Cry Later
- Ever since the superstar shared the news on Friday morning, 14 August he has been trending on Twitter
- The rapper's fans have flooded his comment section on the micro-blogging app with their reactions
Drake has dropped the official music video for his single Laugh Now Cry Later. The superstar took to social media on Friday, 14 August to share the news. Drake features Lil Durk in the smash hit.
The Toosie Slide hitmaker's fans have flooded his comment section on Twitter with mixed reactions since he shared the news. Drake also started trending on the app after the video dropped.
Briefly.co.za has gathered that Drake's tweet has been retweeted over 14.5k times and received 34.3k likes in just four hours after he posted (at the time of publication).
Below are some of the comments from his fans.
"My hood already bumpin it down the skreets."
"Nice. This sounds like every goddamned dDrake song for the past 10 years. Same tired flow. Same beat. Same scheme. Same lazy delivery all around. Might be time to switch it up, bro."
"This is it right here, an absolute jam."
"Thank you for this gem."
"Drake is getting closer to Michael Jackson each drop and y’all don’t want to admit it."
According to pitchfork.com, the video was filmed at Nike World Headquarters in Oregon and features Kevin Durant, Odell Beckham Jr, and Marshawn Lynch. Drake says the song will appear on his next album.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Drake has linked up with DJ Khaled on the DJ's new tracks titled Popstar and Greece. Khaled dropped the two lit singles last month.
These new joints are the first songs from the hip-hop DJ's 12th studio album due out later this year. The title of the new album is Khaled Khaled.
Drake and Khaled have collaborated on a number of joints before. The hip-hop stars worked on the hit track titled I'm On One back in 2011. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2011.
Khaled took to Instagram to thank Drake for blessing his songs with the vocals and rap verses. He wrote:
"The 2 keys. The 2 anthems. Out now everywhere! Thank you Drake! Love forever!"
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