The social media challenge associated with the song is featured in the video, which was released Thursday. It was filmed down in New Orleans by director Karena Evans, who helmed Drizzy's previous visuals for "Nice For What", "God's Plan", and the Degrassi-themed "I'm Upset".
The rest of the video is a colorful love letter to the Big Easy, featuring Bourbon Street festivities and appearances by Big Freedia and City Girls' Yung Miami - both of whom appear on the track.
Though the moves that fans were doing online, following in Shiggy's lead, weren't the official moves of the video (it hadn't come out yet), Drake took the craze to heart and incorporated those moves into the official clip.
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The video is 8 minutes long and it sees Drake hitting on La La Anthony, dancing in his unique way, flaunting his new silver grillz, and waking up from "the craziest dream".
'Then this kid from NY that spits when he talks all the time did some dance to it then the world did the dance.
Even the dance's originator Shiggy - who does not jump out of a moving vehicle in the video to the single - has pleaded with fans to "be safe" telling them they can do the moves anywhere and not just with a auto.