Drake released “Laugh now cry later” on Thursday’s midnight where he featured rapper Lil-Durk, in the video of the melo beat song which as some times felt like a bed time song, Drake was seen with NBA basketballer Kevin Durant and at one time with Marshawn Lynch.
The video showed Drake in a one-on-one game with all-star player K.D, as he was trashed a in a pleasant view for any basketball fan.
Among the exciting sights were the blocks, dunk and 3-points made by Kevin Durant during the short period of his feature in the video.
Drake also featured American footballer, Marshawn Lynch, who gave him a rib cracking tackle that left Drake with a face like he was about to cry. Some will say the appearance of these sport icons was a promotion, but the lovers of the sports, it was a good sight.
“Laugh Now Cry Later” was co-produced by Cardogotwings, GRy, Yung Exclusive, and Roget Chahayed. In an Instagram post, Drake said the song will appear on his forthcoming album, which will be titled Certified Lover Boy.
The musician/rapper has been quite productive during this quarantine period releasing songs and collaborating with artists. He released the Dark Lane Demo Tapes collection which nearly made a number one spot in the Rolling stone top 200 albums chart.
Drake further released other singles “Only You Freestyle” along with a pair of DJ Khaled collaborations, “Pop Star” and “Greece” which earned him the highest the BIllboard record for the highest number of top 100 number ones.
Both songs with DJ Khaled remain in the Top 30 on the Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs chart, pulling in 20 million streams between them last week. Drake’s “Toosie Slide,” “Life Is Good” with Future, and “Chicago Freestyle” with Giveon have also spent months on the RS 100 this year.
You may have not been a fan of the rapper, but his love for sports and sport-men with his cheerleader attribute are probably well known to you by now, it only made sense to see some these people in one of this music videos.
In May, the rapper promised to release his sixth studio album in “summer 2020.”