Drake has finally released the video for "Take Care," a collaboration with Rihanna. The official vid dropped on Friday, April 6 at 7:56 PM EST on MTV.
The song is the title track to Drake's sophomore studio album and was released as a single in February. The video was originally set to premiere in March, but editing delays forced it to be postponed.
"Take Care" has reached number 7 on the Billboard 100 singles chart.
The largely abstract video starts with Drizzy, in a tee and jeans, rapping the first verse of the track:
"I've asked about you and they've told me things / But my mind didn't change / I still the feel the same, what's / A life with no fun, please don't be so ashamed / I've had mine, you've had yours, we both know."
A few seconds later, RiRi steps in wearing a shoulder baring sweater.
Director Yoann Lemoine told MTV News the pair had an unforced rapport:
"They seemed to be super close and that's what I wanted for the video. Visually, it's a very humble video. It's not crazy. It's actually the most indie video I've done my whole life."
Stills were previously released from the vid. In the black and white pics, the pair intimately hold one another.
by RTT Staff Writer
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