Drake's Dad Is in Drake's New Music Video

Well, this is awesome. After previewing it a few days ago, Drake just dropped the new music video for "Worst Behavior," arguably one of the best songs off his new album, "Nothing Was the Same," and in addition to a whopping 10 minutes of footage, it seems that it includes a very special cameo: None other than Drake's daddy dearest, Dennis Graham (a drummer who worked with Jerry Lee Lewis) opens the music video by lip-syncing the song's first verse. Aww, Drake's dad! In a Drake music video! Gotta admit, it's cute.

The music video was released today through Drake's OVOSound site, and features tons of footage of Graham's old hangouts in Memphis, Tennessee. It's a great video if you have just a little over 10 minutes to spare, intercutting between shots of Drake performing the song and shots of a conversation between Juicy J, Project Pat, and Drake's OVO friends, Ryan and O'Brien, in the streets of Memphis. Additionally, at the end, Drake sits in a car with a girl as another song off his latest album — "From Time," his collaboration with Jhené Aiko, to be specific — plays in the background. The video also features an appearance from MJG.

You can check out the music video below.