Drake donates almost $1 million in the music video of 'God's Plan'

Danny Woods
February 18, 2018

"Don't tell the label".

Additionally, Drake gave cars to two young people, cash to various families, $20,000 to the Miami Fire Department, and donated to a local youth center and homeless shelter.

One day after saying the visual for "God's Plan" was the most important thing he'd ever done in his career, Drake's officially unveiled the video.

We couldn't agree more.

It was one oversized cheque after another as Drake shot his new video for God's Plan in Miami last week, and now we know why.

Drake gave away the entire music video budget, which now explains the charitable donations made on his behalf in the news.

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"I am not into challenges on IG I find them annoying.but today I am going to challenge everyone to just go out and do something for someone, anything", wrote Drake.

At Miami Senior High School, he greeted by a group of students who he performs with before donating 25,000 dollars (£17,832).

The heartwarming promo, which clocks in at almost six minutes long, ends with clips of Drake encouraging a woman and a young man to look after their moms.

Thursday, Drizzy posted a photo of a director's clapboard used for during the production of his "God's Plan" music video. Whatever you think of Drake, you really gotta hand it to the guy: this is an fantastic move, and one that pretty much only he could finesse so smoothly.

Drake said on Instagram Saturday he wanted fans to do something to bring joy to someone and to tag him with the details.

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