Drake's "In My Feelings" video is here

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Drake finally got around to dropping the proper video for his smash hit "In My Feelings."

LaLa Anthony plays Keke - as in, "Keke, do you love me" - while Phylicia Rashad plays her mother; and City Girls' Yung Miami and Big Freedia also pop up. Director Karena Evans was also spotted down in NO, along with IG star Shiggy, the man responsible for the "In My Feelings" dance challenge that catapulted the record to #1 on the charts. Check it out above. The song sparked a dance craze this summer, with millions of fans, athletes, and celebrities rushing to take on the "In My Feelings" challenge and dance to the now iconic lyrics, "Kiki, do you love me?" As he starts to recount the dream, Shiggy-this time playing a production assistant-reappears and tells Drake he's needed on set.

Towards the end of the visual, the five-time United Kingdom chart-topper awakes from a dream in his trailer, and references the dance craze: "I had this dream that I made this song, and then this kid from NY did some dance to it. and then the world did the dance".

Then at that point, the In My Feelings Challenge's originator Shiggy makes a cameo appearance, before the most famous clips from the challenge play out.

Months before the release of Scorpion, his fifth studio album, Drizzy broke the Internet with two music videos for singles "God's Plan" and "Nice For What".

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