Drake ft. Future and Young Thug - Way 2 Sexy

September 07, 2021

The hilarious video for "Way 2 Sexy" pays tribute to the idols of pop culture
Tuesday, September 7, 2021, 4:22 p.m.
Drake recreates moments that have left their mark on pop culture.
Drake's "Certified Lover Boy" fame with the hilarious music video for the song "Way 2 Sexy" which pays homage to a number of moments and idols of pop culture, such as Michael Jackson, Prince, the Backstreet Boys and Rambo.

The 34-year-old rapper made it clear his new album, "Certified Lover Boy", when he unveiled his cover, which includes the emoji of twelve pregnant women.

The same theme runs through Dave Meyers' "Way 2 Sexy," which begins with a warning that repeated screening could lead to pregnancy.

Drake starts "Way 2 Sexy" with a '80s-style gym class (sexy, of course), in the spirit of Olivia Newton-John's iconic music video "Physical", and sings his own song, which covers the hit "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred since 1991.

After a short animated scene in which Drake shows his muscles in a wine cellar to a woman who looks like Jessica Rabbit, the rapper appears older, with a huge belly, and walks on the beach in front of the pier. of Santa Monica.

Drake - Certified Lover Boy
As the "Way 2 Sexy" music video progresses, Drake's total sexuality is presented in various forms: At one point, he appears dressed as a seafaring hero on a ship that turns out to be a fake cover of a romance novel, and later, he imitates Michael Jackson's dance moves from the famous "Black Or White" video.

He later became the protagonist of his own film, "Drambo: Thirst Blood", a reference to the "Rambo" film series starring Sylvester Stallone.

"Way 2 Sexy" also features Future, who appears at the right time to rap his lyrics in front of a yellow car, just as Prince does in the "Sexy M.F." music video. since 1992.

Young Thug also appears in the video as the star of a pinup diary and poses as a sexy lumberjack for the month of October.

Also Drake, Future and Yung Thug, along with Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard, in a surprise appearance, recreate the Backstreet Boys' iconic music video for the 1999 song "I Want It That Way".