Drake has added music video director to his embellished resume after directing the visuals for TVGUCCI’s new single “Bora Bora.”
The Canadian rapper released a music video on Sunday (January 1), featuring Six Gods weaving through the crowd and appearing next to GUCCI, all singing the chorus to a new track. drink in hand
“I’m in Bora Bora because I’m bored/I made up my mind/Take a first class/Clear as a harbor/Need more Gucci drips/Christian Dior/The store won’t sell it/Bitch, I’m sauce Get it from,” he raps TVGUCCI in the video.
Drake is very close to the rapper, yelling at him multiple times on songs like “Middle Of The Ocean,” “War,” “No Stylist,” and “Successful.” GUCCI also appeared in Drizzy’s Falling Back video.
TVGUCCI is not a member of Drake’s OVO Sound record label, but he claims to be a part of the collective on Instagram. In a September interview with CBC at Rolling Loud Toronto, he even claimed that Certified Lover Boy artist is his brother.
With the release of his collaborative album with 21 Savage, titled Her Loss, Drake just achieved yet another musical milestone on Spotify. Since its November 4 release, the album has received over one billion Spotify streams, according to a statement made by Spotify last month.
The news makes 21 Savage the first album to reach 1 billion plays on the platform, and Drake now holds the record with 12 consecutive albums over the mark. In his SiriusXM Sound 42 interview in November, the OVO boss declared Her Loss to be one of the “greatest albums” he’s been a part of and is in the top three of his great catalog. I believe it is even possible.
“[Her Loss] is one of the best albums he’s ever made in his life,” he said. “I said the other day that I think it’s obvious it’s in the top five in my catalog, but if it’s not, it’s in the top three.”
Her Loss debuted at number one on his Billboard 200, and in the first week, he moved 404,000 albums’ worth of units, marking his third highest opening in the music industry that year. . Drake and 21 Savage scored his No. 1 hits with his 12th and his third albums, Her Loss, respectively, garnering a total of 514 million his streams on demand.