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26 August 2016, 11:53
Drizzy's new project is coming this September.
Drake has revealed the official release date for his upcoming short film 'Please Forgive Me'.
The 'Views' rapper plans to drop the project on 30th September, featuring a musical score by his long-time producer Noah "40" Shebib.
The short film is expected to feature the highly-anticipated music videos for 'One Dance', 'Childs Play' and more.
Despite not releasing any official music videos from ‘Views’ this year, Drake has teased a new short film called ‘Please Forgive Me’.
The ‘One Dance’ singer, who similarly released a visual project alongside his 2015 mixtape ‘If You’re Reading This Its Too Late’, looks set to follow-up with a short film for his record breaking latest album.
Drizzy teased the new project on his Instagram account:
Meanwhile, Drake is rumoured to have finished shooting the official music videos for his songs ‘One Dance’ and ‘Child’s Play’, after being spotted filming in both South Africa and Atlanta.
The last music video Drake released was the viral visuals for ‘Hotline Bling’ in 2015.
However the Canadian rapper recently made an appearance in the video for French Montana’s controversial new single ‘No Shopping’.