Drake Goes Black & White For “Money In Grave” Video feat. Rick Ross [WATCH]
The OVO King, Drake officially released the video for his single “Money In The Grave” with Miami’s own, Rick Ross. The black-and-white theme video is directed by Theo Skudra. It opens with the 6 God pulling up to a construction site while his crew digs a massive grave with a bulldozer.
The single was originally released in part of Drake’s The Best in the World Pack, a two-track release which he dedicated to his Toronto Raptors’ championship victory. In Drake’s video, the rapper added a few key moments for his hometown team with a huge Larry O’Brien trophy on stage with the team’s “We The North,” motto. Drake even wore a throwback Toronto jersey of Percy “Master P” Miller, who played for the team in the 1999 pre-season.
The rap duo hangs out at the bar sipping wine and a few cigars.
After dropping their video on Monday, Los Angeles Lakers superstar, LeBron James took to Drake’s comments to give his take on the rap duo’s visual.
As previously reported, Drake made history this month after he landed his ninth #1 album thanks to Care Package. While it featured 17 songs that fans have already been familiar with like “Trust Issues” and “Girls Love Beyonce”, they were never featured as singles or on any previous albums.
The project peaked at #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It garnered 109,000 equivalent album units and 16,000 in pure sales.
He now has the most #1s of the decade as his first #1 was released in 2010. He’s tied with the most #1s overall among the likes of Garth Brooks, Eminem, Madonna and Rolling Stones who also have nine.
Check out the video below:
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