Rick Ross and Drake

Drake and Rick Ross Shoot 'Money in the Grave' Video

  /  07.22.2019

Drake and Rick Ross are bringing their “Money in the Grave” video to life.

Over the weekend, the rappers went in front of the lens to shoot a video for their collaboration at a church in Los Angeles. In one somber scene, Drizzy—clad in a black Chanel hoodie—and Rozay stood in front of coffins in a funeral setting.

Ross also posted a photo of him and Drake dining in the stockroom of an Italian restaurant before deleting it. “I don’t know nothing about no video,” said the Bawse.

While he didn’t reveal that a video was being shot, Drake did share photos with the track’s producer, Lil CC, that appear to be taken from the set.

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Drake released “Money in the Grave,” along with “Omertà,” last month after the Raptors won their first-ever NBA championship.

Last week, Rozay shot a video for his Swizz Beatz-assisted single “Big Tyme” with Jordyn Woods in Miami. He is gearing up to release his long-awaited 10th album Port of Miami 2 on Aug. 9.

Drake will return to Toronto to host his 9th annual OVO Fest on Aug. 4-5 featuring performances from B2K, Mario, Pretty Ricky, and more.


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