Drake has become a staple at Toronto Raptors games, but the 6 God was noticeably missing from his court side seats during the team's playoff victory over the Miami Heat last night (May 7). He had a good excuse. He is filming the video for his record breaking single "One Dance."

The Rapts took hold of the lead in the series last night, taking back home-court advantage with a 95-91 victory over Dwyane Wade's South Beach squad. After turning in a piss poor performance in Game 2, Toronto point guard Kyle Lowry went ham in Game 3 pouring in 33 points.

Drake, who serves as the Toronto Raptors' Global Ambassador has been all in this season. After the game Drizzy took to Instagram to reveal why he was not present for the big win. "On set for "One Dance" and it's killing me that I am missing these games!!! But even on the road the man dem are going [up] 2-1," he typed.

"One Dance" is the second official single off Views From the 6 and it is already making a big impact. The song broke Adele's seven-day UK streaming record for a single getting 7.8 million streams in week, topping "Hello's" previous record of 7.3 million streams.

The single currently sits at No. 2 on the Billboard 100. It currently hold the spot behind Desiinger's "Panda." Views From the 6 is doing ridiculous numbers as well having sold over 1 million units in less than a week

The world keeps turning and Aubrey keeps winning. What else is new?

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