Drake, who's currently in London completing a seven-night residency at The O2, was recently featured in a special OVO edition of the “How Much Is Your Outfit?” series by YouTuber, The Unknown Vlogs. Needless to say, there's a lot of OVO gear involved and a ton of flexing.

To start off the clip, Drake's OVO crew took the spotlight first, including Noah "40" Shebib, as each member showed off their respective outfits, while revealing just how expensive each particular item cost. Aside from repping the squad merch, the team members are keen on a few other brands including Gucci, Nike, John Elliott, Stone Island, visvim and Celine. They finished off the fits by stunting heavily with luxe accessories by Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Cartier and more.

After the members flaunted their fits, which ranged from $5,000 to $123,000, the OVO head honcho took it the next level. As expected, Drizzy's fit was the most expensive, by far! Peep the breakdown below.

Custom Brioni jacket: $11,000 Tom Ford Turtleneck: $2,000 Tom Ford Trousers: $1,000 Crocodile Tom Ford Shoes: $15,000 Custom Diamond Chain: $200,000 Richard Mille RM69 watch: $750,000 Two bracelets (one from his son Adonis and another from a fan): priceless

In total, Drake’s outfit cost $979,000. He even expressed that it might be the first $1 million dollar outfit on The Unknown Vlogs’ YouTube channel.

Drake capped off the segment by teasing that a second part is coming and "new stuff on the way." Enjoy the full video above.

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