Drake is easily one of the most memeable musicians out there, and his latest album Scorpion has already provided plenty of timeline fodder. One of the project's highlights is undoubtedly "In My Feelings" - its Atlanta sample and Instagram bio-worthy lines have already inspired plenty of memes, and most recently, a viral dance challenge.

Last week, comedian and online personality @theshiggyshow kicked things off with the #InMyFeelingsChallenge, dancing along to the song. His signature moves kick off right after Drizzy sings "Keke do you love me?"

Since then, others have been joining into the dance, dubbed the #InMyFeelingsChallenge or #DoTheShiggy. Check them out below, including incredible contributions from Odell Beckham Jr. and Tinashe.

For more meme goodness, check out the latest batch of our favorite 2018 FIFA World Cup memes right here.

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