Drake is following in Beyonce's footsteps by releasing a visual album of his own. The One Dance rapper has announced a new project entitled Please Forgive Me; a lengthy film compiled of music videos from his latest album Views. Fans may do a double take though as the film appears to feature a woman resembling his rumoured love interest Rihanna.
Announcing the news via Instagram, Drake, 29, shared a still from the visual album starring a woman wearing large sunglasses and dressed in what appears to be a tribal-inspired outfit. The other image features a close-up shot of a woman's mouth with her hands raised to her lips, showing off a finger tattoo reminiscent of Rihanna's many hand inkings.
It is not known what inspired the film's title but Drake promises fans that it is 'coming soon'. The project is expected to feature visuals for the songs One Dance and Child's Play, both of which feature on Drizzy's fourth album Views. The Canadian hitmaker was seen filming videos during a trip to Soweto, South Africa in June.
In July, video director Spiff TV confirmed helming the Child's Play music video and promised fans it will be worth the wait. The videographer, real name Carlos Suarez, told Billboard: "The Child's Play video is gonna be epic. Drake had the vision and it's gonna be special. Like the way Michael Jackson used to shoot his videos. Together, we killed the s**t. You'll be surprised to see the cameo and the lead roles."
Drake has enjoyed outstanding success with Views, which spent 12 weeks at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. The breakout single One Dance has also broken records in the UK with the song clocking up a staggering 15 weeks atop the singles chart until being pushed out by Justin Bieber and Major Lazer's Cold Water.
It has certainly been a positive year for Drizzy, following his feud with fellow rapper Meek Mill last summer. Meek Mill, 29, has reflected on the scathing rap battle for the first time in an interview with My Mixtapez. The rapper said: "I remember last year just watching everybody go against me about a diss record. I used to look at it like, 'Yo you really think this is gonna stop me? You really think him telling me I'm going on my girlfriend's [Nicki Minaj] tour is gonna stop me?'
"I was talking to Jay [Z]. He was like, 'Don't be going on the internet arguing with them. You can't win. There's too many against one. Don't even try it'. I don't want to always touch on violence all the time [in my music]. I want to give a message to the young kids. Get some money, take care of your family. Growing up, 'gangsta' to me was, you had to be robbing, you had to be killing, you had to do a lot of stuff. My new definition of 'gangsta' is go get your mum a house."
Drake is currently performing across the US on his Summer Sixteen tour with Future. The jaunt continues on 16 August at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan.