The action cuts to a sexy woman dancing in a room alone, and later we see Drake in that same room, sitting on the floor as the woman shakes it for him.
"Miss Me" has heavy performance scenes throughout Drizzy's verse, and then we see a TV set in the alley. Lil Wayne appears on the wall in the alley rapping, and he again is shown on the wall in the room where Drake and the girl are, like a projection.
The Birdman and most of Wayne and Drake's Young Money family appear in the video as well. As the video comes to a close, it's revealed that Drake was the man in the hood at the beginning of the clip.
"Miss Me" was directed by Anthony Mandler, who has helmed all of Drake's Thank Me Later videos.
" 'Miss Me,' it was something I was so excited to do," Drake said recently on the set of another Mandler clip, for "Fancy." "It was something not a lot of people expected me to do, especially with Wayne being in the situation he's in. We did it as a team, held Wayne down. All the Young Money big dawgs came down — the men of Young Money — to show the muscle, to show we still in full effect. It's a great piece. It's darker than the feel of the song. It's got very much like a youth-in-revolt, rebellious feel to it. I wanted to be aggressive, man. That was my chance to flex my little 'We did it. We're still here. Young Money is still in demand.' And to deliver a message that I feel very strong about. I'm not trying to be the best in the world. I don't think that's possible. There's always somebody better than you. I just hope they miss me, man. So this is it. 'Miss Me.' "
The next video Drake and Mandler will shoot is for "Show Me a Good Time."
What did you think of the "Miss Me" video? Does it make you miss Lil Wayne? Let us know in the comments!