Drake's Dad Dennis Graham Stars in His Own "Kinda Crazy" Music Video

Move over Drake.

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Dennis Graham, more famously known as being Drake‘s dad, has unveiled the music video for his single “Kinda Crazy” on Monday. The R&B track was released last December after announcing it in August. Directed by Swedish filmmaker Nikeisha Andersson, the “Kinda Crazy” video features Graham wearing OVO jewelry, while enjoying a dinner at an upscale restaurant with some female companions. Then, he heads over to an empty black room with a throne, a candelabra, and a smokey backdrop.

Check out the music video above, and also another video that features the father and son duo for Virginia Black Whiskey.

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