"Miss Me" is the third single by Canadian recording artist, Drake from his debut album Thank Me Later. The song features label mate and Young Money founder Lil Wayne.
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Being well known for releasing awesome songs, Drake done it again with the release of Miss Me. Although this is a fairly new release by Drake, "Miss Me" is currently one of the top downloads at online music stores such as Amazon and iTunes. There is already a buzz on video tube sites such as YouTube and Miss Me is certain to rocket high into the charts around the globe. Make sure you don't miss out on this latest song from Drake. This song's reach is not just limited to mp3 downloads, the Miss Me ringtone is one of the hottest ringtone downloads around at the moment. If you're into Drake in a big way, you should definitely have some Drake ringtones on your phone.
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The music video was directed by Anthony Mandler. Drake shot his scenes on July 15, 2010. Shots of Lil Wayne were filmed in early 2010 by director David Rousseau before Wayne went to jail. The video premiered at 8 PM Eastern Standard Time on August 19, 2010 on MTV. Mandler told MTV that the video was a particular challenge because Lil Wayne's footage was shot prior to Mandler coming onboard as director, he said: "It wasn't shot the way I would have shot it, so I had to come up with a world where I had ultimate control. I think with Drake, we're always looking for overarching themes. We're always looking for bigger themes to hang our hat on. With 'Miss Me,' what was interesting to me was not the idea of 'miss me because Wayne was gong to jail.' Because it was deeper than that. It was the attainability verses the unattainability. And how stars and people who are public figures are expected to sit on a platform and be grabbed and watched and photographed and controlled. The idea for me was, what happens if it's not that clear, everything is a click off, all these unrelated scenarios are related by a textual theme and trying to play that into that, rather than some straight narrative, because we didn't have control ... 'cause we didn't have Wayne". The director said he incorporated a set where everything was slightly off. The set was built with a converging ceiling, in order to appear smaller. The lead actress in the video was never fully shown. The Young Money star appears but then quickly disappears".
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