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Drake Releases Artwork For Short Film ‘Please Forgive Me’


With the release of the artwork for his forthcoming short film “Please Forgive Me,” we’re not too sure what we’re supposed to forgive Drizzy for yet, but we do know the 6 God has been ‘Schemin Up.’

Late last night, Drake released a series of stills on his Instagram, teasing the upcoming short film. The posters include a close-up of Drizzy with blood streaming down this face, looking like he just lost a fight. Another poster features Insta-famous Swedish twins Elizabeth and Victoria Lejonhjärta holding riffles.

According to text at the bottom of these posters, the visual project is inspired by his triple platinum certified album “Views,” which was released this past April. The film is directed by Anthony Mandler, who has worked on many of Drizzy’s music videos, and was scored by none other than Noah “40” Shebib, Drake’s right-hand producer.

“Please Forgive Me” is set to drop Sept 30 on Apple Music.


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We can also expect new music from the boy in the near future. He revealed to his Tacoma, Washington crowd last Friday that he’s been recording new tracks while on tour.

“I’m about like maybe six or seven new songs in. Just getting warmed up. I don’t know where they’re going to end up or what it’s going to be, but I can’t wait to come back to mother**king Tacoma and play all that sh*t for you,” said Drake.

His new songs could end up on his recently announced album collab with Kanye West.

“We’re just working on a bunch of music together, having fun going into the studio. We’re working on an album, so there’s some exciting things coming up soon,” Yeezy told Vogue earlier this month. The pair have worked together in the past, with Kanye and Jay Z making cameos on Drake’s “Pop Style.”