Drake shoots music video at a high school

Drake shoots music video at a high school

Drake shoots music video at a high school

Drake had quite the eventful Monday (Feb. 5) when he took a breather from his "God's Plan" video shoot in Miami to visit a few local schools.

A fan posted a brief video of the touching moment, along with throngs of students running and waiting to catch a glimpse of the superstar. Drake also presented a giant $25,000 novelty check to the school and claimed that he would help design their new uniforms. The Toronto rapper performed on a crane that swung over the high school baseball field, with cheering teens abound, and an overhead drone capturing it all. As suspected, the high schoolers went insane and sang along as Drake recorded his video. It was wonderful and unexpected.

According to school alumnus Edgar Grant Santiago, who made a beeline to Miami Senior High once he heard the Canadian rapper was on site, "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".

In fact, Drake said that LeBron's career achievements encourage him to go into the studio and make new tunes.


Editor's note: The writer of this piece and Isamara Berrios attended Miami High School together.

But that's what happened on Monday afternoon at Miami Senior High where students were treated to a surprise visit from Drake. "That was truly God's plan to bless the school".

Drake also gave an impromptu concert at the University of Miami, where he awarded a $50,000 scholarship to lucky student Destiny James. Then the singer performed for a crowd on the Moss Terrace in the Donna E. Shalala Student Center. "@champagnepapi THANK YOU SO MUCH!' You don't understand what this means to me", she wrote.

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