Drake’s ‘Worst Behavior’ Music Video: Look By Look

Juicy J and Drake in a still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
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HOLD UP, HOLD MY PHONE. Drake has unleashed his Tennessee-flavored video for “Worst Behavior,” and it must be analyzed immediately. Drizzy teamed up once again with his Toronto pal, Director X (“HYFR,” “Started From The Bottom“) to seize the streets of Memphis with pink three-piece suits, an OVO Owl mascot costume and general tomfoolery befitting of the song’s title. There’s much to discuss, so let’s get crack-a-lackin’.

PAPA GRAHAM

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

This, ladies and gentleladies, is Aubrey Drake Graham’s father. Dennis Graham puts on his Cool Dad headphones, Cool Dad polka dot button down and Cool Dad OVO chain to kick off the video in legendary Willie Mitchell’s Royal Studios. Not only has Dennis “Drake’s Dad” Graham set foot inside, but artists like Al Green, Ike & Tina Turner and Chuck Berry have made history within those walls.

After a soulful intro, we cut to a little slice of glory.

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Dennis Graham, swagged out in a three-piece ivory suit, gold owl chain, Medusa Head sunglasses and bracelet, lip syncing the opening verse—this is music video brilliance. Backed by Drake’s uncles in the flyest suits you’ve ever seen and a fleet of pink Cadillacs, Mr. Graham shows us how Drake got all that charisma. He did spend his childhood summers in Memphis with Papa, after all.

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Versace, Versace, Versace. Pink brocade suit jacket. Cadillac.

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Just in time for Movember, Dennis Graham’s moustache is the perfect complement to his Versace shades. Wait. Zoom in on the reflection. *CSI voice*

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Just as I thought.

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

I mean. Have you ever seen a group of uncles straight flexin’ like this? Knocking back a refreshing beverage in their finest Versace accents, getting ready to pick up some girls or maybe go watch a matinee of Last Vegas? Ladies and gentlemen, this concludes the wedding party photo session portion of our festivities.

CHAIN HEAVY

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Drake takes over rapping duties in a custom-made black jersey with “WORST” accents on the sleeves, a red “Menace II Society” snapback, ripped jeans with white under-leggings and a pair of Air Force 1s. Question though. How many chains is Drake wearing? Looks like three, maybe? When he raps, “I wear every single chain even when I’m in the house,” does he specifically mean three chains?

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Oh, I’m sorry—are there FOUR CHAINS?

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

FIVE CHAINS?!?! Guess how that makes us feel. (See below)

Stills from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” and “HYFR” music videos.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Also making an appearance is Drake’s much-loved Very Happy Face, which is just one of the reasons we love him so much. His range of video emotions run the gamut from Screw-Face-Drake to I-Challenge-You-To-A-Duel-Face-Drake to I-Just-Ate-A-Large-Burrito-Face-Drake, but Very-Happy-Face-Drake is absolutely the best type of Drake that money can buy.

THE INTERLUDE

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

As is tradition with a Director X & Drake music video, there must be an interlude. This is the most interlude-y interlude of all, clocking in at over 4 minutes, as Drake’s besties OB O’Brien and Ryan Silverstein have a yarn with Memphis legends Juicy J and Project Pat. OB is the standout in his owl suit, which was built specifically for the skit.

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

Ryan sports an Octobers Very Own Free Minds t-shirt and pulls out a moustache comb to tame his handlebar, which is kind of like:

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
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Also featured is a curler-topped fella named Unsweet Tea, who according to Director X was discovered while randomly dancing on set. So. Sometimes magic just happens for a reason, you know?

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

MEMPHIS REPRESENT

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

And now back to Drake, flanked by Three 6 Mafia vet Juicy J and his older brother Project Pat. If you’re gonna film a video in Memphis, you gotta have ’em there. You also gotta get it right with the vintage whips, which Drake continues to roll out in fine form. Here, that Camaro and Bonneville Coupe perfectly match Drizzy’s red camo pants, combat boots and white tee. Juicy J’s two chains, two watches and gold teeth are topped off with a pair of Foamposites, to which we say…

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

BEALE STREET

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

And then Drake marches down Beale Street with a drink in hand and a mob of locals in tow; Air Force 1s back on his feet with a simple black hoodie, jacket and jeans. Funnily enough, this was the one outfit that made me ~swoon~, but whatever, nobody needs to know that.

A still from Drake’s “Worst Behavior” music video.
Photo: OctobersVeryOwn

It all ends with a Supreme red camo jacket and a pretty girl; a chopped & slopped version of “From Time” setting the scene. Could this be a tease for the next masterpiece? Is there a whole new world of fashion wonder in the near future? Until then, relish in the delight of this video—watch it below. And try to refrain from walking down the street yelling “WORST!”

+ WATCH DRAKE’S ’WORST BEHAVIOR’ MUSIC VIDEO

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