Drake Took The "In My Feelings" Challenge To New Heights In His Music Video!

WARNING...If you still haven't gotten the catchy lyrics "Keke do you love me?" out of your head by now, you definitely won't after seeing this dope a** video. 

We're sure by know you've seen the viral #InMyFeelingsChallenge all over your Instagram feed. Nobody would've guessed that when Instagram sensation @TheShiggyShow decided to create a video dancing to Drake's catchy song "In My Feelings" it would create a social phenomenon with everyone from Will Smith to Ciara and Russell Wilson joining in on the action. 

 

#Mood : KEKE Do You Love Me ? 😂😂😂 @champagnepapi #DoTheShiggy #InMyFeelings

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Just when you thought female director Karena Evans had outdone herself with previous projects like Drake's "Nice For What" video and SZA's visuals for "Garden," BOOM she and Drake took the challenge to the next level with the visuals in this music video.

The video opens as a romantic comedy set in none other than New Orleans, the hometown of Drake's right hand man Lil Wayne. If you aren't instantly captured by the dope cinematography, you will be once Drake opens his mouth and you hear his hilarious "New Orleans Accent" as he tries to bag "Kiki," played by none other than Lala Anthony. Just when you think the dialogue between Drake and Keke can't get any more comical, Phylicia Rashad (Black TV Mom Royalty), comes out onto the balcony and shut's Drake's attempts at bagging her daughter ALL THE WAY down. 

 
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From there the video turns into one big, poppin' NOLA party with an appearance by Big Freedia and City Girls’ Yung Miami. Yung Miami wears a “Free JT” shirt in the video as a tribute to her City Girls partner who is currently serving jail time. As if the NOLA party wasn't enough, Drake also raps in front of a mural dedicated to the city’s own Lil Wayne. If you can't sit still when this song comes on and you know what time it is when you hear "Bring that ass, bring that ass, bring that ass back," this video will not disappoint!