Drake has dropped a fast-paced video for 'Headlines' shot in his hometown of Toronto. The sporadically collaged clip features the Young Money rapper in various business-minded set-ups, reflecting the tone of the song, lest the ladies need to be reminded: No distractions, "it isn't a hobby like that." The only girls in this video appear for a split second frame, to serve the wine.
Co-directed by Lamar Taylor and Hyghly Alleyne, the clip, a precursor to the release of his sophomore album 'Take Care,' flashes a few cinematic takes, Drake's collection of Range Rovers, recording studio shots, some graffiti action and a slow pan in on Drake's version of a business dinner -- wine glasses, cigars and smart sweaters. The shot echoes the golden dinnerware and opulent digs motif first plugged on his album cover. We're sensing a theme here.

'Take Care' drops Oct. 24 on Drake's 25th birthday. The album will include guest appearances from Rick Ross, Justin Timberlake, his "boss" Lil Wayne and Stevie Wonder and others.