Drake has won many awards and shattered several records, but he says the most significant thing he’s ever done has yet to be released.
On Thursday (Feb. 15), Drizzy announced that his forthcoming “God’s Plan” video earns that distinction. “The most important thing I have ever done in my career,” he wrote. “Drop a 🙏🏽 if I can share it with you.”
Karena Evans, an actress and director, is behind the forthcoming visual, which is set to feature several charitable acts in Miami from the Toronto MC. “My heart is so full,” Evans wrote on Instagram. “@champagnepapi you really about to make history (again and again).”
The video is set to feature a series of good deeds that Drake has done in recent weeks across Miami, where he donated money to a local high school and women’s shelter. He also paid for peoples’ groceries, granted a scholarship to a University of Miami student, and treated a housekeeper to a Saks Fifth Avenue shopping spree.
“God’s Plan” has been breaking records left and right. After shattering single-day streaming peaks on Spotify and Apple Music, it became the first single ever to post three weeks of more than 75 million U.S. streams.
“God’s Plan” is a single off Scary Hours, which also features “Diplomatic Immunity.” Both songs are a warm-up for his forthcoming album, which he’s been working on for the past year.