Drake Explains Why His “Wu-Tang Forever” Remix Music Video With A$AP Rocky Was Never Released

May 9, 2015 by Danny M

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Drake Explains Why His Wu Tang Forever Remix Music Video With ASAP Rocky Was Never Released

While Drake was in attendance at Sotheby’s “I Like It Like This” art exhibition in Manhattan, New York City on May 7th, Vulture caught up with him for an interview.

During their conversation, Drizzy discussed what art means to him and choosing music for the exhibition, as well as spoke about what happened to the music video for his Wu-Tang Forever” remix that he shot in Harlem with A$AP Rocky last year.

Drizzy Drake explained that he never finished shooting a visual for the song, due to his conflicting schedules, which is why it was scrapped. You can read what he said about the “Wu-Tang Forever” video below and check out the full interview here!

“Wu-Tang Forever” is an interesting song choice. What happened to the video for the remix from last year?
Oh, man, that’s kind of behind us. That was two projects ago. There was a remix that 40 [Noah Shebib] was working on. He has a really personal relationship with a lot of those guys from Wu-Tang, and me and Rocky were working on a video at one point in Harlem, and it was cool, but with schedules and all that, different things came into play and we never really got to finish, which is not something I recommend. You should always try and finish your music video.

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3 Responses to “Drake Explains Why His “Wu-Tang Forever” Remix Music Video With A$AP Rocky Was Never Released”

  1. wurk Says:

    that sucks

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