"The budget for this video was $996,631".
A women's shelter, firefighters and shoppers in a supermarket are among those who received cash from the RnB star who reveals his plan in the opening titles of the six-minute video released on Friday.
That's from the opening title cards of Drake's new "God's Plan" music video, a culmination of the Toronto artist's recent string of good deeds - from donating $50,000 to a women's shelter to picking up the tab for all shoppers in a supermarket and more - totaling almost $1 million of goodwill from Drake to the community!
If you were in Miami last week and didn't receive a thick wad of bills from Canadian rapper Drake, stop reading this now.
Our guess is Drake will give all that money away too. "Don't tell the label." before launching into an intimate glimpse of the people that make Miami so enriching and handsome.
He also gave an impromptu concert at the University of Miami, where he awarded a $50,000 scholarship to a lucky student.
The City Of Miami Fire Department also got some love from Graham with a $20,000 check.
He also approaches people in the street offering them cash and treats at least two youngsters to new cars. Paret is seen in the video going down an escalator at Saks and standing in shock when the singer reveals himself.
In the photo on the left, Odelie Paret, center, poses with Drake, right, and Steelers player Antonio Brown at Saks Fifth Avenue on February 6, 2018. In an Instagram post thanking Drake, James wrote, "You don't understand what this means to me".
"The most important thing I have done in my career", he captioned it.