Drake shows off his new digs in the video for “Money in the Grave” featuring Rick Ross.
The black-and-white clip, directed by Theo Skudra, opens with the 6 God pulling up to a construction site while his crew digs a massive grave with a bulldozer. He then boards his giant 767 plane, dubbed “Air Drake,” and jets off to his 35,000-square-foot Toronto mansion with its own OVO basketball court.
Back in L.A., he dines with Rick Ross—who dons a Nipsey Hussle chain—in the backroom at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood before the two take it to church, performing in front of coffins in one somber scene. The grainy clip also includes footage of Drizzy holding the Raptors NBA championship trophy while on stage at OVO Fest as fireworks explode over the Toronto skyline.
“Money in the Grave” is one of two tracks, along with “Omertà,” that Drake released in June to commemorate the Raptors’ first-ever NBA championship.