Video - Drake Feat. J Cole - First Person Shooter

Drake and J. Cole face off in a spectacular music video for their collaborative hit, "First Person Shooter." Directed by Gibson Hazard, the cinematic journey kicks off with a skit featuring actor Brian Baumgartner. The video showcases Drake and Jermaine engaging in a ping pong match and a game of chess, a nod to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic chess photo. The competition then shifts to the bustling Scotiabank Arena against the stunning backdrop of Toronto. From a boxing ring and a scene reminiscent of the Spider-Man pointing meme, J. Cole delivers impactful lyrics: "N***as so thirsty to put me in beef, dissecting my words and start looking too deep." He reflects on public perception with a cool demeanor, stating, "I'm letting it rock 'cause I love the mystique." Drake takes to the city's subway accompanied by a pack of dogs and later ascends above "The 6," expressing sentiments of unacknowledged achievement. His dance moves pay homage to Michael Jackson, acknowledging his recent achievement of a 13th No. 1 single. "First Person Shooter" is part of Drake's latest chart-topping album, "For All The Dogs," featuring collaborations with 21 Savage, SZA, Lil Yachty, Bad Bunny, and more. The artists have also announced a joint tour, "It’s All A Blur: Big As The What?," scheduled to kick off in January in select U.S. cities. Additionally, Drake has teased his upcoming project, "Scary Hours 3," set to release on November 17th.