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Drake's provocative 'Find Your Love' video irks Jamaican officials
Another week, another Drake song from his album "Thank Me Later." An album that seemingly will just never come out. Oh, but this song's different. Kanye-produced "Find Your Love," the music video, bowed this week, and while the song itself is a bit weak, the imagery was strong.
The plot follows the haplessly in-lust singer/rapper in Jamaica, as he's in a sensual stranglehold by the lady of another: a dangerous gang leader, played by Kingston's own Mavado. There's some B-roll of dominoes and local dancers and and old guy and stuff, badges of authenticity; and shots, naturally, of some sexy-sexiness in the clip. But there's also plot devices of violence, deception and illicit goings-on.
The latter for which Drake is getting in trouble. According to MTV, the minister of tourism for the country disagrees with how the Jamaica and its people are being portrayed by the puppy-eyed Canadian.
"We just have to say that care has to be taken by all, including our creative artists, in portraying images of our destination and people," Edmund Bartlett explained to Jamaican media outlet Gleaner. "Gun culture, while not unique to Jamaica, is not enhancing [the island's image]," he added.