The Boy does it again! Drake dropped his music video for First Person Shooter featuring J. Cole. The video follows the release of his album “For All The Dogs.” Should we really be surprised that it’s an instant classic to fans?
First Person Shooter is the song that secured Drake as the solo male artist with the most #1 records of all time, surpassing Michael Jackson (13). The music video lived up to its record-breaking standards, maintaining the high level of expectations Drake’s set. It’s almost as if we forget how remarkable he is because we’ve grown accustomed to his constant excellence. Underestimating the uniqueness of Drake’s talent.
Drake Does It Again
First Person Shooter Music Video
The music video felt like finding a giant Easter egg from The Boy. Drake paid homage to legendary TV show, The Office. He also included a classic Spider-man meme reference as well. Drake pays tribute to Michael Jackson, wearing the iconic bedazzled glove on stage. J Cole makes an appearance, showcasing his skills in a boxing ring, where Cole uses his bars as his fists. Drake finished the music video with a giant statue of himself in Toronto, showcasing the cityscape before rolling the credits. Drizzy Drake continues to effortlessly maintain his position at the top of the industry.
Drake’s music videos have consistently been thrilling to watch. Often giving the impression that there’s no budget constraint. From videos like “Laugh Now Cry Later” to “God’s Plan,” each one is an exciting addition to his impressive catalog. “First Person Shooter” adds a new colored sprinkle to The 6 God’s legendary career. Regardless of his success, Drake remains a constant presence, likely because he never stops having fun. The uniqueness he presents to the world reaffirms that he stays true to himself. Drake is irreplaceable, regardless of where he ranks on your lists in Hip Hop history.
It’s All A Blur Tour Continued
Drake announced a tour with J Cole via his Instagram earlier this week. Based on this video, we all need to prepare for a show! The locations appear to be those of the shows Drake had to cancel during the tour’s first leg. I wouldn’t be surprised if Drake continues to keep us on our feet.