When he’s not busy trying to perfect a London accent or readying himself courtside for another batch of GIF-ready basketball-reactions, Aubrey Drake Graham spends a lot of time sat sucking on biros in various subterranean music studios across the world.
Here we see Drake alternating between trying to look mean and moody whilst holding a mobile phone and looking mean and moody without holding a mobile phone. While maybe not quite as sumptuous Banjo’s shoots with grime artist, Skepta, or his work on a recent Supreme campaign, for Drake fans – and there are, lest you be reminded, millions and millions and millions of them out there – the series is an intriguing sense of intimacy, which is never easy to engender in one of the biggest pop stars on the planet.
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