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Drake is finally revealing the reason he’s been in the streets with a camera over the past few months after the release of a new video clip titled “Rich Flex Her Loss.”

Drizzy uploaded the video this the 16th of November (November 16) The video, which is grainy and VHS-style, shows the six God wandering around in places and enjoying a night out with an elite group of pals, including NBA players Kevin Durant and DeMar DeRozan, as well as his hero co-star 21 Savage and many more. Through the entire footage, Drake and 21’s “Rich Flex” plays as the backdrop.

In the diary video, Drizzy goes to a club along with 2 Chainz and Lil Yachty before settling in Miami, Florida, to celebrate his birthday along with DJ Khaled, Busta Rhymes, Jim Jones and buzzing dancehall artist Skillibeng.

Fans also get an behind-the scenes glimpse of Drake and 21’s fictitious Vogue photo shoot Lil Wayne’s Lil Weezyana festival as well as the Toronto Raptors game and Jack Harlow’s tour in Canada.

Drake spent the majority of the last couple of months filming footage from the vlog. It’s another aspect of his and 21’s unique promo to promote her loss. The duo have covered a fake edition of Vogue magazine and conducted fake interview, a deep-fake Howard Stern interview, revealed the release of a fake NPR Tiny Desk Concert and much more.

The vlog is also a follow-up to it was revealed that the “Jimmy Cooks” duo delivered the staged Saturday Night Live and Colors performance, which doubled as music video clips to “On BS” and “Privileged Rappers,” respectively.

Drake & 21 Savage ‘Her Loss’ Leaves You Wanting More

Her Loss came out on November 4 and debut at No. 1 . Billboard 200 with 404,000 album-equivalent units in its initial week. The album also landed eight tracks in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Drake the first musician to do it twice. (He earlier had eighth of the 10 top spots in the album from last year’s The Certified Lover Boy).

The OVO superstar has now 12 No. 1 albums under his belt as well as 21 Savage has become his third chart-topper overall. Her Loss is Drake’s second time on the Billboard 200 this year following his house-inspired Actually, Nevermind, which debuted in June.