Canadian rapper and singer, Drake, features Virgil Abloh’s one-off Mercedes-Benz Project MAYBACH in his latest music video, ‘Sticky’.
The electric show car was a collaborative effort between late fashion designer, Virgil Abloh, and Mercedes design boss.
One-off Mercedes-Benz Project MAYBACH wears the typical Maybach two-tone paint scheme, combining black and tan.
The coupe combines huge Gran Turismo proportions, large off-road wheels and distinctive attachments.
Award-winning Canadian rapper and singer, Drake, has continued to show his love for Mercedes and Maybach cars in his music videos, the latest been the one-off Mercedes-Benz Project Maybach that he featured in his latest ‘Sticky’ music video.
The almost 19 feet long electric Mercedes show car was a collaborative effort between recently deceased Louis Vuitton fashion designer, Virgil Abloh, and Mercedes design boss, Gordon Wagener.
Wearing a typical Maybach two-tone paint scheme, combining black and tan, the two-seat off-road coupe combines huge Gran Turismo proportions, large off-road wheels and distinctive attachments.
In the music video, which has already had over 3.2 million views on YouTube, Drake can be seen posing with the one-off Mercedes-Benz Project Maybach and singing lines about the Off-White founder.
…. “The toughest act to follow’s back on tour / Off-road Maybach, Pyrex trap / Virgil came back through the boy, damn.”
The one-off Mercedes-Benz Project Maybach joins the one-off Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible and Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Coupe that Drake featured in his single, “Laugh Now Cry Later,” ft. Lil Durk, in 2020.
Of course, Drake’s love for rides from the three-pointed star doesn’t end in his music videos as he had previously shown off his one-of-a-kind limited-edition Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet and cars from other brands like Ferrari LaFerrari and one-off Rolls-Royce Cullinan.