Directed by Wayne himself, the music video is shot in an identical model as DJ Khaled and Drake’s music “Popstar” the place they changed Drizzy with Justin Bieber. Wayne is seen rapping alongside to the music as he walks round his empty home with a really D.I.Y aesthetic to it. The visuals are additionally akin to the way in which Drake selected to shoot the video for “Toosie Slide” earlier this 12 months, mainly giving us a tour of his new mansion.
The visuals match with the music completely, particularly contemplating “One thing Completely different” finds Wayne sampling the beat Drake used on his newest single “Snort Now, Cry Later,” however giving it his personal Tunechi-touch right here. This observe comes off of the third installment of Wayne’s historic No Ceilings mixtape collection that he dropped in late November about 5 years after the discharge of No Ceilings 2.
“The mixtape recreation gave the impression to be a dying artwork and since I am one of many pioneers of the craft, and it performed such an enormous half in my profession, I felt it was solely proper to resurrect it,” Wayne solely informed Advanced previous to its launch. “Additionally, it is a variety of songs out right here I needed to kill my manner!”
This observe is not the one music that has some Drizzy affect in it both. The 2 longtime collaborators joined forces but once more on “B.B. King Freestyle,” the place each Wayne and Drake are buying and selling bars over a clean beat.
In correct mixtape vogue, No Ceilings 3 was additionally initially launched on Datpiff earlier than hitting streaming providers afterward. Take a look at Lil Wayne’s new video for “One thing Completely different” up high.