has become famous, he hasn't had much time for a relationship, and it shows in his music. He's admitted that the time away from any emotional development with women is apparent in his music. "I havent been able to write any love songs because I haven't been in a relationship in like three years. When I hear, even going back to [Frank] Ocean, like girls are so endearing and charming... I'm like, damn I can't write like that right now! My music has sex-driven chauvinistic undertones to it." His new music video for "Practice," captures that egoist, sex-crazed, women love/hate mentality. And for his newest single where he samples and half-covers Juvenile's "Back That Ass Up," Drake appropriately decided to have one big-assed dancer practicing some moves in front of a mirror to his new joint. Drake makes a brief appearance at the end, grabbing the girl from behind and leading her to bed. Seems like Drake is living the dream, relationship or not. And regardless of the chauvinistic undertones and the 45 seconds worth of Drake's singing, this song is hot as hell.