Posted by , Sep 25, 2016 at 01:30pm
The OVO rapper announced the early release on Instagram.

The first we heard of Please Forgive Me, Drake's upcoming short film, it was scheduled for a September 30th release. However, according to a post on Drake's Instagram Sunday morning, the film will be coming early.

"TONIGHT" Drake captioned a poster for the film, indicating that the short will be arriving later this evening.

Tonight

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When it was announced back in August, Drake revealed that it would feature music from his multi-platinum album, VIEWS. The project will be directed by Anthony Mandler, who has previously worked with Drake on the videos for "Over," "Find Your Love," and "Miss Me." It will be scored by Drake's frequent collaborator Noah "40" Shebib

From the sounds of things, it seems like the film could be similar to Drake's JUNGLE short film, which was something of an accompaniment to his 2015 mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late.

No word on how the film will be released, but given the rapper's contract with Apple, it's assumed that the video will making its way out through Apple Music.

Drake's "VIEWS"-Inspired Short Film "Please Forgive Me" Will Be Released Tonight

The OVO rapper announced the early release on Instagram.


The first we heard of Please Forgive Me, Drake's upcoming short film, it was scheduled for a September 30th release. However, according to a post on Drake's Instagram Sunday morning, the film will be coming early.

"TONIGHT" Drake captioned a poster for the film, indicating that the short will be arriving later this evening.

Tonight

A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on


When it was announced back in August, Drake revealed that it would feature music from his multi-platinum album, VIEWS. The project will be directed by Anthony Mandler, who has previously worked with Drake on the videos for "Over," "Find Your Love," and "Miss Me." It will be scored by Drake's frequent collaborator Noah "40" Shebib

From the sounds of things, it seems like the film could be similar to Drake's JUNGLE short film, which was something of an accompaniment to his 2015 mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late.

No word on how the film will be released, but given the rapper's contract with Apple, it's assumed that the video will making its way out through Apple Music.

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