Drake Films Music Video for 'Wu-Tang Forever' With A$AP Rocky
Drake has filmed the music video for the official remix of his "Wu-Tang Forever". According to Noisey's Lukas Hodge, who snuck into the video shoot and took some pictures from the set, Drake filmed the video on a Harlem rooftop with fellow rapper A$AP Rocky.
"We got off at the top floor and made our way up some stairs, and suddenly I found my myself on a roof, looking directly at a platform that held both Drake and A$AP Rocky," he reported. "Between the camera crew, friends and entourage members, there were barely 30 people scattered around the top of the building."
The original version of "Wu-Tang Forever" is featured in "Nothing Was the Same", Drake's latest album which landed at No. 1 on Billboard 200 after being released last September.
The remix of the track will reportedly feature appearances from some members of Wu-Tang Clan. In a recent interview with MTV, the rap group's U-God said that he, Cappadonna and Masta Killa were set to be featured in the remix.
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