Watch Drake give away almost $1 million in his ‘God’s Plan’ video

Rapper pays for shopping and donates to a women’s shelter in clip

Drake has shared a video for his recent single ‘God’s Plan’. It sees him giving away almost $1 million to various good causes.

In January, Drake dropped the track, along with another new song called ‘Diplomatic Immunity’, as part of his ‘Scary Hours’ project. He was later accused of stealing the artwork for the double single.

Now Drake has revealed a video for ‘God’s Plan’, which broke Taylor Swift’s Spotify streaming record.

The clip opens with the text: “The budget for this video was $996,631.90. We gave it all away. Don’t tell the label.”

It sees the rapper doing various good deeds in Miami, like paying for supermarket goods, donating to a women’s shelter and covering a student’s tuition. See in full below.

Drake says at the end of the clip: “We’re nothing without our mothers. Gotta make sure you take care of your mom, too, no matter what you do. It’s all we got. Trust me. That’s my world.”

Earlier this week, Drake took to social media to describe the video as “the most important thing I have ever done in my career”.

He also wrote on Instagram that he wants fans to “go be kind any way you can and let’s all watch the world be nice to each other even if it’s for 24 hours”.

Recently, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown spoke about her friendship with Drake, praising the rapper as “just a great person”.

Brown met the Toronto rapper before he performed in Brisbane, Australia back in November as part of his Boy Meets World tour. The pair subsequently posted a number of photos of their encounter on their social medial channels, attracting millions of likes.

She discussed her blossoming friendship with Drake in a new interview, lauding the Brisbane gig as “probably the best live performance I’ve ever seen”.

“He’s just a great person,” Brown told ExtraTV. “We met in Australia, and he asked me to go to his show, and it was probably the best live performance I’ve ever seen.”

 “You think he’s like Drake like, ‘I know when that Hotline Bling‘, but he’s just Drake and he’s great. I have great people around me guiding me through this and he’s one of them.”