One day after saying the visual for "God's Plan" was the most important thing he'd ever done in his career, Drake's officially unveiled the video.

The new Director X and Karena Evans-helmed visual, which Drake indicates cost $996,331.90 ("Don't tell the label"), is effectively Drizzy soundtracking the series of good deeds he committed during his time in Miami earlier this week. That aforementioned figure is likely the total amount of money Drizzy donated while in the city.

If you recall, Drake hit up Miami Senior High School and donated $25,000 during his visit. He also donated some special OVO-designed uniforms to the school, making them the first school to have Drizzy-certified gear.

The MC didn't stop there, either. Not even close. During that same week, the Toronto superstar donated $50,000 to a University of Miami student by the name of Destiny James. These funds helped to cover tuition costs for James, who'd applied for a multitude of scholarships before meeting Drizzy.

Around that same time, Drake donated $50,000 to Lotus House, a women and children's shelter based in Miami. His good deed-doing didn't stop there, but you get the idea.

In the video, we see Drake surprising people on the street with huge wads of cash. When he's not doing that, he's giving Destiny James a hug after he's just supplied her with a $50,000 check. We even see footage of Drizzy announcing his plans to cop groceries for everyone at a Miami supermarket.

Check out the visual for "God's Plan" below.

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