Drake Shoots ‘Worst Behavior’ Video In Memphis

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By Jason Brendler

Since Drake dropped Nothing Was the Same on September 24, it’s fair to say that his career has remained steadily on the up and up.

Drizzy’s third studio album was led by singles such as “Started From the Bottom,” “Hold On We’re Going Home” and “All Me,” but now that the project is out he’s just adding the extra swag and flair with promotion, giving some tracks the video treatment.

After debuting visuals for “Hold On We’re Going Home,” Drake shot the video for “Worst Behavior” in Memphis, Tennessee on Wednesday (October 16). Local fans lined up to take pictures with Drizz, as his father Dennis Graham and Turk from the Hot Boys were also spotted on the scene.

(Drake demands his respect on Nothing Was the Same)

Nothing Was the Same premiered at the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 list and experienced the second largest sales week for an album in 2013. Not to mention it was the biggest week for a rap album since his mentor Weezy’s Tha Carter IV debuted in 2011.

Drizzy wasn’t kidding when he called himself the Big Homey on “Pound Cake.” Keep an eye out for more big things when the video for “Worst Behavior” drops.