Drake marries 23 women in new "Falling Back" video but it's his Dylanesque change in direction that has his fans talking

His new album, Honestly, Nevermind, has shot to the top of the U.S. Apple Music chart

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      Drake has taken polygamy to a new level in his newest video.

      In "Falling Back", the Toronto artist ties the knot with 23 women—and Brampton-born NBA power forward Tristan Thompson plays his best man.

      It's one of the tracks on Drake's seventh solo studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, which the Toronto singer just dropped with little advance notice.

      The album immediately rocketed to the top of the U.S. Apple Music chart.

      Check out the video below.

      Honestly, Nevermind is being billed as a dance album.

      That's riled some of Drake's rap-music fans, who are venting their displeasure over social media.

      In some respects, they're reacting like Bob Dylan's folk-music lovers did when Dylan started playing electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965.

      Dylan's decision to play "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Mr. Tambourine Man" was met with boos by some in the crowd who felt that he had sold out.

      But Dylan's turn in a new direction was in keeping with the times and kept him relevant for many years to come.

      Here are a few reactions to Drake's new disc—good and bad.