Back in August, Drake teased a new film called Please Forgive Me. He didn't reveal much information about the project at the time besides saying it's featuring music from his latest album Views, but Sunday night (Sept. 25) he released it via Apple Music. You can watch it right here.

The film is directed by Anthony Mandler, who's done videos for everyone from 8Ball & MJG ("Pimp Hard") to Nelly Furtado ("Maneater") to Jay Z ("Run This Town," "D.O.A.," etc.). He's directed a bunch of videos for Drake in the past too, including "Over," "Find Your Love" and "Miss Me."

What's more interesting is how Please Forgive Me is scored by Noah "40" Shebib, Drake's main producer/musical consigliere. All the music seems to be brand new, giving fans a rare look at how 40 works sans vocals.

About three weeks ago, Drizzy debuted a 12-minute video for "Child's Play" featuring Tyra Banks. In the flick, directed by Carlos "Spiff TV" Suarez, Tyra shoves cheesecake into the Six God's face while they dine at Cheesecake Factory.

We might be getting new music from Drake soon too. Last week in Tacoma, Drake let the Summer Sixteen crowd know he had begun work on a new project. "I’ve been on this tour. I’m recording new music. I’m about like six, seven new songs in,” he said. "Just getting warmed up. I don’t know what I’m going to do with it, I don’t know what it’s gonna be."

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