Aubrey Drake Graham, aka singing sensation Drake, dropped into a Miami high school to shoot his latest video, surprising teachers and students alike. He presented biology major Destiny James with a $50,000 scholarship outside the Frost Music School, and then performed on the student center's Moss Terrace. Earlier this week, while filming his "God's Plan" video at Miami Senior High School, Drake donated $25,000 and OVO-designed uniforms to the school.
'@champagnepapi THANK YOU SO MUCH!' You don't understand what this means to me!
Students that called in sick Monday to one South Florida school missed a surprise that had kids begging to stay after the final bell. Shortly after leaving the high school, Drake appeared on the campus of the University of Miami to surprise a student named Destiny with a $50,000 scholarship. For James, it's definitely all in "God's Plan". Afterward, he whipped out a big check with his October's Very Own owl logo on it, donated $25,000 to the school, and then took things to the next level by announcing OVO will design the school's new uniforms.
For his shoot, Drake performed on a crane while a drone buzzed around his head for some reason.
"I appreciate him a lot as an artist, so I was very glad I was able to see him", said a UM student.
She goes on to say, "This was the surprise the whole time". I don't think I've ever been to a more turnt school than this.
A coach at the school, Helder Vall, told Radio.com that while the administrators were aware of the rapper's visit, no one else on campus knew Drake would be stopping by. "I just kept saying God always has a plan..."