Drake's 'God's Plan' music video showcases his generosity to Miami

Drake's 'God's Plan' music video showcases his generosity to Miami

The video for "God's Plan" starts off with an introduction saying, "The budget for this video was $996,631.90".

"Cried reaaaal tears looking at God's Plan music video".

Indeed, instead of dazzling dance sequences, glitzy backdrops or elaborate storyline for the song, the video just showed one thing - scenes of the Canadian rapper giving away money to people in Miami. We gave it all away.

The rapper shared the music video for his chart-topping single "God's Plan" on Friday.

On February 16, Drake released a music video which is really emotional.

The 31-year-old rapper donates oversized checks, full carts of free groceries, and a auto to Miami citizens in the video that is best described as "uplifting". Drake is seen to enter the supermarket with a megaphone and says, "Anything you guys want in this store is free". Several families got stacks of cash - the recipients screaming when they saw Drake and crying when he hands them his donation.

At the University of Miami - clad in a black Hurricanes hoodie - he sings for a crowd of hundreds and surprises one student, Destiny James, with a $50,000 check. He donates money to a women's shelter and $25,000 to an after-school program.

On Thursday, Drake shared an Instagram photo of the clapperboard for "God's Plan".

Drake posted a picture on his Instagram of the clapboard, and called the video the most important thing he's ever done in his career.



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