Drake’s 5-Year-Old Son Adonis Stars in Music Video for New Song ‘8AM in Charlotte’ — Watch the Cute Clip!

Rapper Drake embraces his son Adonis as the Raptor mascot brings over candy for him during the first half of the NBA game between the Toronto Raptors and the LA Clippers at Scotiabank Arena on December 27, 2022

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Drake’s new music video has an additional particular cameo.

On Thursday, the rapper, 36, dropped the music video for his new track “8 AM in Charlotte,” off his new album For All of the Canine. At the start of the video, an off-screen Drake begins asking his 5-year-old son Adonis about his paintings.

“All proper. Adonis, inform me about your stunning piece of paintings that you just bought me,” Drake says because the digital camera watches Adonis holding his artwork.

“So it is the identical story. So the goat was operating away from the opposite monsters. And the opposite animals. And a flower blocking the way in which,” Adonis explains.

“So the flowers of fireside. The racing automobile was perhaps serving to the goat. And there was this, some stairs who’s like a jail stairs. And there was one one that was on high. And he obtained killed by the stick by the observe.”

“Okay, so it is virtually like somewhat story,” Drake asks his son. “Sure,” Adonis replies.

“And what’s SBW?” the proud father asks. “So it is not a phrase, however I simply wished to write down SBW,” Adonis says matter-of-factly.

“Okay. You want these letters? And Daddy’s identify is subsequent to the goat. Does that imply that Daddy’s the goat?” Drake asks.

“Sure. So it is Daddy Goat,” Adonis says.

“Daddy Goat. That makes good sense to me. And do you wish to speak about how a lot, how a lot cash you bought to your stunning drawing?” Drake asks.

“Oh, please.” Adonis scoffs because the video fades into his father’s single.

Drake shares his son with French artist Sophie Brussaux.

In August, the “God’s Plan” rapper shared a video of his son with a chunk of pocket book paper in his hand as he repeated a line from Drake’s track “Wealthy Flex” with 21 Savage.

After drawing the artist acting on stage, Adonis wrote, “Pricey Dad, I hope you have got an ideal live performance,” presenting the be aware as he bounced round singing, “21, can ya do somethin’ for me?”

In one other video, Adonis sang the identical lyric as he jumped round on the sofa.

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