According to The Miami Herald, Drizzy didn't just show up to film, he donated $25,000 to the Miami high school, and a spokeswoman for the Miami-Dade school district claimed he would help design new uniforms for the school as well. Number one singles call for number one videos, and Drizzy apparently flew to Miami to make a few hundred high-school kids lose their absolute marbles for a few hours.
"You know when I'm mixin', I smoke when I drink, it's tradition", he raps on the song.
The "Hotline Bling" rapper surprised pupils at Miami Senior High School in Florida when he arrived on campus to shoot the video for his latest hit single "God's Plan". "I hope you had a great year and I hope you go on to do incredible things".More news: Assam Attracts Investment Commitments of Rs 1 lakh crore in GIS
"I appreciate him a lot as an artist, so I was very glad I was able to see him", said a UM student. Destiny wrote on her Facebook page that she applied for scholarships previous year but was contacted about speaking out about her life experiences in a video and little did she know, it was all part of a surprise for her from Drake. God I thank you.
"The next thing you know, you got the crowd of students and a couple of alumni going insane when he got the music playing while recording", Santiago said in a message. You don't understand what this means to me! The school administrators and Drake bodyguards could not contain the joy and excitement from the students. You are so great and awesome!