Drake's 'I'm upset' video is basically one massive 'Degrassi' reunion

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Drake goes back to Degrassi in his latest video "I'm Upset".

The video opens with Drake waking up next to a lover midcourt at the Air Canada Centre and then quickly realizing it's the night of his high school reunion.

Daniel Clark, who played Sean Cameron from 2001-08 in Degrassi: The Next Generation, was noticeably missing from Drake's "I'm Upset" visual, which featured many of his old co-stars from the show. After getting a reminder on his phone about his class reunion, he heads over to his tailor to get fitted for a new wardrobe.

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As the party kicks into fifth gear and the booze starts flowing, tensions begin to rise in typical Degrassi fashion.

For the video, directed by recent Prism Prize victor Karena Evans ("God's Plan", "Nice For What"), Drake - inexplicably sleeping on a bed at the Raptors' centre court at the ACC - gets a calendar reminder on his phone about a high school reunion and sets out in his yellow Ferrari with Shane Kippel (a.k.a. Jimmy's friend Spinner) as his passenger. They will all dance, drink, Drake will take selfies with various handsome females, but then the party will go a bit out of hand when the heavy drinking causes fights, puking, and cringey hook-up sessions.

Lobel says, "I miss the cast, we grew up together, it would have been incredible to see everybody and celebrate the reunion in such an epic way". That's exactly what the Toronto rapper organized for his newest music video for "I'm Upset".