Entertainment Music Drake Marries 23 Women in 'Falling Back' Music Video – with Cameo from Best Man Tristan Thompson The rapper marries multiple women in a lavish ceremony in the music video By Alexandra Schonfeld Alexandra Schonfeld Twitter Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on June 17, 2022 11:06 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Here come the brides! Hours after the Drake surprised fans with the news he would be dropping his seventh studio album Honestly, Nevermind at midnight Friday, he also released an elaborate music video related to the new record. The video for "Falling Back", the second song on the 14-track album, shows the 35-year-old rapper getting ready for his wedding day with pal Tristan Thompson, who appears to act as his best man. The video begins with both men clad in tuxes, the 31-year-old NBA player giving Drake a pep talk before he walks down the aisle. "You only get married once," Thompson tells his friend as he straightens out his bowtie. Drake and Tristan Thompson Party Together with Cocktails and Hookah in Memorial Day Photo Tristan Thompson in Drake's "Falling Back" music video. Drake/Youtube The camera then pans to the glamorous ceremony, which includes a rabbi officiating the ritual between Drake and his 23 brides. "Do you commit yourself to being a good wife, according to our values and traditions?" the rabbi asks, as the women, in sync, said "I do." Drake then continues to marry each woman as "Falling Back" begins to play, completing a secret handshake with each of his brides. Drake in new music video. Drake/Youtube "I think he's really taking these ones seriously," Drake's mom Sandi Graham leans over and tells a guest with a smile. The video also includes the words "Free YSL," likely referencing rappers Gunna and Young Thug, who are currently being jailed over racketeering charges allegedly connected to the YSL group. The nine and a half minute video takes viewers through the epic celebration, including a wedding singer performing a slower rendition of Drake's hit song "Best I Ever Had." Drake/Youtube BET Awards 2022 Nominations — Doja Cat, Ari Lennox and Drake Lead the List Online, the four-time Grammy Award winner celebrated the upcoming release of his music on Instagram Thursday. "7th studio album 'HONESTLY, NEVERMIND' out at midnight," he wrote in the caption, sharing the chrome-inspired album art. Drake/Youtube The news was celebrated by friends and fans in the comments section, with DJ Khaled writing "Get your spritzers ready!" "It's your time to shine Jimmy Brooks," Lil Yachty commented, referring to Drake's Degrassi character. LaLa Anthony, Jay Pharoah and Rich the Kid also responded with fire emojis. Rumors previously circulated among fans as recently as last week that Drake was dropping a mixtape entitled Summer 22, consisting of 15 tracks, XXL reported. Drake last dropped his sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy in September, following a months-long delay. It quickly became Spotify's most-streamed album in a single day, beating the record previously held by his 2018 album Scorpion. CLB broke the same record on Apple Music.