Dip into the strangely hypnotic film genre that documents the Publishers Clearing House delivering jumbo checks to people, and you begin to notice a pattern. As a viewer, you feel happy for the winner. You feel gratitude for the Clearing House. And you start wondering what that jumbo check could do for you. In it, the Toronto superstar distributes his million-dollar production budget to people around Miami—by telling all the shoppers in a Sabor Tropical Supermarket that everything on the shelves are free, by presenting a scholarship check to an unsuspecting student, by giving gift cards to women at a shelter, and more. The double-takes are the best parts. One of the kids notices the rapper sitting next to her, and shrieks.
Skip to main content. God's Plan [Explicit]. From the Album Scorpion [Explicit].
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Drake has been in a giving mood, and it all came to fruition in the video for " God's Plan. Drizzy even hopped on Instagram stories to ask his followers to get into the giving spirit. There is so much happening onscreen that if you blink, you might miss the latest good deed from Toronto's reigning king. Unfortunately, we probably didn't catch them all. Drake gave Miami residents the most epic game of Supermarket Sweep. According to E! In an Instagram post thanking Drake, James wrote, "You don't understand what this means to me. I would've never imagined this happening to me. Thank you so much. God I thank you.
Commercially the song became the 29th song in history to debut at number one on the US Billboard Hot , making it Drake's fourth chart-topper in that country, and second as a lead artist. The song broke first-day streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify ,  and was the most streamed song of the year on both services. An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Karena Evans and uploaded onto Drake's official YouTube channel on February 16, In the video, Drake is giving away nearly one million US dollars to people and institutions in Florida. Following the release of his fourth studio album Views and his sixth mixtape More Life , Drake did not release any music for eight months until the EP Scary Hours on January 19, , following multiple leaks, like for "Pistols". The song, originally titled "Grace of God",  was chosen from a series of beats sent to Drake in September. Drake apparently called up Cardo and said "We got one" before the production of the record itself began fully. Musically the song has been described as a pop , pop-rap and trap song composed in common time 4 4 time with a length of three minutes eighteen seconds and written in the key of E minor with a tempo of Talking about the song, Noisey said "this is a good song that I've heard Drake do about different versions of" before going on to say "I want to hear something different from Drake for a change, and this is definitely not what I would have hoped for. The single would go on to top the Billboard Hot Year—End chart.