Drake Lives out "God's Plan" in New Video

Lawrence Kim
February 19, 2018

Drake's single, "God's Plan", has held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for its third week, making it the first song ever to get three weeks of more than 75 million streams from the USA, said Nielsen Music as told by Billboard. At Miami Senior High School, the rapper again donates $25,000.

For the video, Drake was given a budget of just over $9 million (real casual), but instead of having an obnoxious video - he gave ALL the money away.

"If you've seen Drake's God's Plan video and it didn't hit your heart, then I just don't know". We gave it all away.

He captioned it, "The most important thing I have ever done in my career. drop a [prayer emoji] if I can share it with you".

The Frost School of Music at UM also received a $10,000 donation for its Donna E. Shalala MusicReach Program, which promotes music education to people from disadvantaged communities.

"I'll tell you one thing", Drake said as quoted by a press release from UM.

UM President Julio Frenk congratulated James for the scholarship, writing on Twitter that her inspiring life story "represents the very best" of the university.

Throughout the video, Drake gives $50,000 to a women's shelter, $50,000 to the University of Miami, and piles of cash to adorably surprised fans he meets on the street.

The Miami Fire Department was also on the Canadian rapper's beneficiary list, scoring $20,000 (R240,000).

Drake, the world's best-selling artist of 2016, followed it up with a challenge on Instagram urging his fans to "go out and be nice to each other".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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