Drake Crashes Miami High School to Shoot Video for 'God's Plan'


Shortly after leaving the high school, Drake appeared on the campus of the University of Miami to surprise a student with a $50,000 scholarship. Drake also awarded a lucky student a $50,000 scholarship to college.

Drizzy was in Miami to film the video for his single, "God's Plan", and while at Miami Senior High School, he made a donation of $25,000 to the institution. "Drake told me that he has read great things about me and appreciates how hard I've worked through so many trials and made a decision to give me $50K for my tuition", James wrote on Facebook. From Intel's Shooting Star drones at Lady Gaga's halftime show to Eminem's aerial album cover reveal in Detroit, UAVs are becoming part of productions across industries.

God's Plan broke the record for most Spotify streams in a single day with 4,326,679 listens in only 24 hours.

Images shared by fans on social media show Miami Senior High students singing along as Drake performs "God's Plan" from a crane above the school's baseball field.

Destiny Paris James was surprised with the scholarship by the Started from the Bottom hitmaker on Monday after being told she was going to be included in a video asking people to donate to the University of Miami. I've been to a lot of places in the world. "You don't understand what this means to me!" I don't think I've ever been to a more turnt school than this.

If that wasn't already enough the Canadian rapper also donated $25K and announced that his clothing brand October's Very Own will be designing their school uniforms. "I just kept saying God always has a plan..."

He told Billboard: "Every time you do something like this I always try to get in the studio and make the song that would go with the moment".