Drake Responds to Video That Surfaced of Him in Marcy Projects

Brian "B. Dot" Miller of 'Rap Radar' said that Drake was shooting the video for an "incredible" song. 

Drake attending the UK premiere of Top Boy

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Drake attending the UK premiere of Top Boy

A video recently surfaced of Drake shooting a video in front of Brooklyn's Marcy Projects.

In the clip, Drake is looking over his shoulder and some on social media decided to criticize him for being aware of his surroundings. The rapper caught wind of it all and responded by saying that a group of undercover cops were nearby where he was filming. 

"That other clip under covers pulled up quick with the iphones out on my life," Drake wrote under a video of him dapping up people in Marcy. "I was tryna see what was going on...it was all Marcy love."

In the first clip, Drake appeared to be shooting a music video in front of Marcy. It's unclear what Drizzy's cooking up, but Rap Radar's Brian "B. Dot" Miller says that Drake is shooting a video for an "incredible" song. 

During his interview with @RobMarkman , @bdotTM says #Drake played him a NEW song prior to their Rap Radar interview. 🎥: @genius pic.twitter.com/Oqdl1ls0u1

— vaultedmag (@vaultedmag) January 22, 2020

"He sent me a record and it's incredible," Miller told Genius' Rob Markman. "It sounds like one of those time-stamp joints." Miller went on to say that this was the "incredible" song he was referencing when he saw the clip of Drake in Marcy. 

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