David Knight - 6th Apr 2020

Drake releases the first major hip-hop video of the Covid-19 crisis, creating the visual for Toosie Slide, filmed by regular collaborator Theo Skudra while Drake is in lockdown at his not-so-humble abode.

In fact, as he wanders through one marble-and-glass decked hall-sized room after another, it becomes apparent that Drake's gaff is about the size of the British Museum, and just about as comfy. You could quarantine in there for months without meeting anyone.  

Drake is living the dream. Hopefully other pop stars are also planning their own Through The Keyhole extravaganzas as we speak.


DirectorTheo Skudra
ProducerChristian Tyler
Production CompanyColossale
Production ManagerAlex Dall’orso
Director of PhotographyTheo Skudra
EditorTheo Skudra
ColouristClinton Homuth
Grading companyARTJAIL
Post production companyDynamic Effects Collective
Post ProducerHudson Kenny
VFXMatthew Beecraft
Other creditsB Cam: Ali Khurshid Loader/Drone Op: Tristan Clarke-McMurchy PA: Kit Weyman And Jade-Elie Pascual Assistant Editor: Ashton Lewis Artjail Executive Producer: Leslie McCartney Artjail Producer: Caitlin Schooley Artjail Coordinator: Alison Maxwell

David Knight - 6th Apr 2020

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