“God's Plan,” Drake's latest banger, now has an official set of visuals to go with it. The video features Drake and his crew on the University of Miami campus handing out cash, paying students’ tuition, and unleashing some meme-worthy dance moves to go with their philanthropic efforts.

The video opens with text explaining that the budget for the video was $996,631.90, and that they gave away every last penny.

As Highsnobiety reported last week, Drake was in Miami filming the video when he bought $50,000 worth of groceries and donated $25,000 to a Miami high school. Little did the world know that all of that would be included in the final cut of the music video and that he spent close to $1 million on helping random strangers.

Watch the video above, which goes a long way in proving that Drake really is the nicest guy in hip-hop and someone you’d definitely want to introduce to your parents.

In related Drake news, here is a complete history of his OVO shoe collaborations.

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