Drake’s "In My Feelings" Music Video Is Finally Here!


Drake’s "In My Feelings" Music Video Is Finally Here!

The social media challenge associated with the song is featured in the video, which was released Thursday.

The viral dance craze has become so popular that police forces around the world have felt the need to warn people against jumping out of moving cars while performing the challenge. It was filmed down in New Orleans by director Karena Evans, who helmed Drizzy's previous visuals for "Nice For What", "God's Plan", and the Degrassi-themed "I'm Upset".

Drake finally got around to dropping the proper video for his smash hit "In My Feelings."

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La La Anthony plays Drake's love interest and Phylicia Rashad is her mom.

Instagram comedian Shiggy appears throughout the video and features predominately near the end as a production assistant, after Drake wakes up from a dream. "And then this kid from NY that spits when he talks all the time did some dance to it, and then the world did the dance, and Will Smith was there.It was awful!" It's unclear at the moment if Shiggy himself will make a cameo in the video or not, but we'll know in a matter of hours if so.

On August 3 KST, Drake dropped the music video for "In My Feelings", one of the tracks from his recent album "Scorpion".

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