Of the four songs Drake dropped on his birthday, the 21 Savage–featuring "Sneakin'" was the most interesting, reenforcing Drizzy's determination to team with every Atlanta king, new and old. Now the super catchy, super rappity-rap track has a video that looks like a VHS that got taped over three times before this clip ended up on it.
Catch a preview above, and watch via Apple Music on the official OVO blog. You'll get grainy, crimson-shaded rapping-on-the-hood-of-the-car segments, copious twerking and—at 2:50, and don't you dare miss it—Chaining Tatum's logical follow-up to the "Hotline Bling" dance moves, with the giant #thinkingchain on.
The video follows Drake's 22-minute short film from September, Please Forgive Me. "Sneakin'" is part of The Boy's upcoming December "playlist" project, also set to feature "Fake Love" and the ruckus-raising "Two Birds, One Stone."
Watch an episode of our digital miniseries The Drake Effect, where Kendrick Lamar and more explain the power of the Drizzy cosign: