Drake debuts 'Marvin's Room' video amidst Universal drama (Video)

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The artist tweeted his displeasure with the label after removing tracks from his blog.

Drake recently shared two new songs with fans via his October’s Very Own blog, but voiced his anger when Universal, Young Money's parent company, ordered that they both be removed.

Marvin’s Room and Trust Issues have been removed from several sites, though “Chopped up not slopped up” remixes are still available for streaming.

“Universal needs to stop taking my f***ing songs down,” the artist tweeted on June 23. “I am doing this for the people not for your label.”

Despite the drama, Drizzy Drake posted his video for Marvin’s Room on Tuesday. It depicts a young woman on the other end of a phone call while he drunkenly croons, “You could do better.” After a night out on the town, Drake ends his night home alone.

The track has been lighting up the Internet in recent weeks, with artists including JoJo and Chris Brown lending their voices to various remixed versions. Drake's upcoming studio album, Take Care, is slated for an October 24th release.

Watch the video below. Warning: Contains adult language.

Drake ~ Marvins Room (Official Video) from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.