Drake's new video for "God's Plan" is here, and he's all about sharing the wealth in the clip.

Directed by Director X, the video starts off by saying that video cost nearly a million dollars, and that they "gave it all away" but "don't tell the label."

The video features artistic shots of Miami's various neighborhoods and people but the real draw is the clips of Drake giving away money— to customers at the grocery store, to a mother, to a student at the University of Miami—seriously, try not to tear up.

Over the past couple of weeks, there've been several reports of Drake's philanthropy throughout Miami, the footage of which makes up "God's Plan" video. Apparently, the good Lord's plan was for Drizzy to share the wealth, and he heeded the call.

In addition to a $50,000 scholarship to a University of Miami student, Drake also gave $50,000 to a women and children's homeless shelter. The shelter's director said his contribution would "nourish bodies, minds and spirits of homeless women and children who are among the most vulnerable in our community."

Drake recently said that "God's Plan" is the most important video of his career—you can see why in the visual above.


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