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Drake Debuts 'Started From the Bottom' Video Fresh Off His Grammy Win

February 11, 2013 (7:11 am) GMT
After winning the Best Rap Album at the Grammys, the 'Take Care' hitmaker drops the clip for his new single to be included in his upcoming third album 'Nothing Was the Same'.
Drake Debuts 'Started From the Bottom' Video Fresh Off His Grammy Win

Shortly after his win at the 55th Grammy Awards on Sunday night, February 10, debuts a music video in support of his latest single "Started From the Bottom". Co-directed by Drizzy himself and Diretor X, the clip depicts the life story of the Canadian rapper from his childhood years to his superstardom life.

It opens with little Drake as a kid playing soccer in his hometown in Canada. The shots continue to his adolescent years as he works the night-shift at a drugstore before he ends up being a famous artist, who loves to throw party and is always surrounded by hot girls. Drizzy's mom also makes a cameo in the music video.

"Started From the Bottom" will likely be included in Drake's new album "" expected to be released sometime this year.

The 26-year-old rapper has just won his first Grammy for Best Rap Album thanks to his studio set "". After winning the prize, he shared his excitement on Twitter as writing, "I just tore the sleeve off my Saint Laurent!!! Thank you all! I am so happy."

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