Drake Hits Up So Many Iconic Toronto Spots In His New Music Video (VIDEO)
The 6ix God blessed the world with some new music on Friday, March 5, and once again, his city got special recognition.
Drake dropped three tracks as part of his Scary Hours 2 release, accompanied by a music video for "What's Next."
The rapper took to the streets of Toronto in the music video, hitting up Yonge-Dundas Square, a TTC subway train, and Ripley's Aquarium.
He even goes for a snowy joyride underneath the Gardiner Expressway, rapping as he sits halfway out of the window in the backseat of the car.
At one point, Drake is looking out onto the city from what looks like the edge of the CN Tower, which wouldn't be too surprising considering we all know how much those two love each other.
Drake's new material appears to be the sequel of the Scary Hours EP, which he released in 2018.
Fans are still waiting for the album he promised to release this year, Certified Lover Boy.
Last month, the rapper returned to his roots with an acting role in a star-studded State Farm commercial that aired during the Super Bowl.
He's also got his hands in an upcoming documentary about Raptor Fred VanVleet, and we hope that they use it as an opportunity to address the fan theory that they are somehow related.