Drake has dropped the highly anticipated music video for his No.1 hit “God’s Plan.” Check it out! The video explains that Drake was given nearly a million dollars to shoot the visuals by his label, but instead of investing that money in production, he instead gave it all away. Some of the charitable efforts seen in the clip include Drake paying for everyone’s groceries at a local supermarket, donating a large check to a shelter for women and children as well as taking everyday people on extravagant shopping sprees. Drizzy took to Instagram Thursday night to post a pic from the music video set with the caption…“The most important thing I have ever done in my career.” He then followed up the release of the video with this message on his Instagram story, explaining he finds social media challenges tied to songs annoying but would love fans to tag him today while out doing good deeds. “…You don’t have to play the song in the background or have some hashtag this isn’t about streams and all the other tactics being used… just go be kind in any way you can and let’s all watch the world be nice to each other even if it’s for 24 hours…” “God’s Plan” is currently spending its’ third week atop the Billboard Hot 100 and should benefit across the charts thanks to the release of the music video. For more on Drake, you can head to billboard.com and until next time, for Billboard News, I’m Kevan Kenney.