It even features that has become the Summer sensation. Throughout the video, you can see Shiggy busting out his signature moves while Drake follows his lead along with all the backup dancers. It's a funny moment that kind of makes us miss Drake's acting days — but then we wouldn't get catchy songs like this. That woman is the infamous Kiki, and she's played by none other than La La Anthony. The whole video shows Drake partying throughout New Orleans, Shiggy dancing like his life depends on it, and some epic cameos from Big Freedia and City Girls star Yung Miami both of whom are featured on the track. Fans even captured from the set on July 8, where a crew of male and female dancers were dancing to the track, including one half of City Girls, the Miami rap duo who are featured on the track. And, of course, viral star Shiggy makes an appearance as Drake pays tribute to the viral star who kicked off the whole challenge in the first place.
La La was spotted wearing a cleavage-baring tank top with gold hoops and her hair up in an old school side ponytail. Drake's has officially come full circle. We don't know what this guy does as his day job, but he may want to consider quitting to do something more creative. The video's conclusion has Drake wondering if the InMyFeelings Challenge — along with the song's success and his own music video — was all a dream. In the video directed by Karena Evans, Drake throws rocks high-school-style at the window of the song's famous Kiki, portrayed by Anthony. The rest of the video is them riffing off each other about when Drake will be ready to get on set and it's hilarious.
He calls out for — who else? The video starts out with Drake pulling up to a woman's house in New Orleans, throwing rocks at her window, and trying to get her to go out with him. In response, Drake acknowledged that Shiggy got him a number one record late last month. And then this kid from New York that spits when he talks all the time did some dance to it, and then the world did the dance, and Will Smith was there. Even the simplest projects can become extremely time-consuming, even when you're not trying to mimic something else! This is one extremely talented dude. The social media influencer is the star of the show in the video other than Drake, of course , and he looks like he's having the time of his damn life. The rapper dropped the video on Thursday, Aug. The video was directed by Karena Evans — the same woman who directed.
We have a feeling that these guys are right, and it's only a matter of time before this video makes it to the front page of Reddit. A lot more went into this than simply recording four minutes of emotes. Drake last night by posting a picture of Clair Huxtable on his Instagram story. As citizens of the internet, we know that everyday people play a huge role in creating a wider culture: any joke, video, or image can explode and become the talk of the town. Then, Drake professes his love for her, but it seems like she has a good reason to be skeptical. La La put her own twist on the challenge, adding some friends, her son Kiyan, 11, and his friend into her video. The video is currently the number one trending video on YouTube, accruing 10 million views in less than 24 hours.
Well, if I didn't before I did , now I sure as hell do! The 31-year-old rapper released the music video for his latest single on Thursday, which could have felt like an afterthought, given the countless clips of the viral dance craze the song inspired currently circulating the internet. Much like the rapper's recent videos for and this new release features many famous faces, including Phylicia Rashad and La La Anthony. Drake is flirting hardcore with Kiki when her mother pops out onto the balcony of the house, and the mother is Clair Huxtable herself, Phylicia Rashad! In addition to the emotes used to mimic the performers' actions, also consider the perfectly timed cuts, camera angles, framing and composition of each scene. Drake knows this, and instead of trying to own the song, he steps aside and lets his fans shine. And then this kid from New York that spits when he talks all the time did some dance to it, and then the world did the dance, and Will Smith was there.
The new visual comes at a time when fans worldwide are enraptured by the InMyFeelingsChallenge, which sees people literally throwing themselves out of moving cars while blasting the single. This guy, exhausting every ounce of his creative fecundity and resourcefulness, used the worm emote to recreate twerking. For those of you who aren't as impressed, if you have Fortnite we invite you to open up the replay mode and start trying to make a video of your own. Before social media, the music industry would take an album, pick some singles, and promote what they thought the hits should be. She comes to the window. After , the 6 God and Migos will launch on August 10th in Kansas City. In the meantime, we're going to go back to our own replays and keep trying to put together that perfect shopping cart kill compilation that may or may not break 100 views on YouTube.
The best part of the entire video comes about 40 seconds in. The creator posted his video today on Reddit, and it's rocketed straight to the top of the Fortnite Battle Royale sub-reddit. Keke, do you love me? It's the most brilliant thing I've seen all week, and after perusing the comments in that thread it looks like I'm not alone. The video starts out with a piano intro playing during a montage of night sights from New Orleans. By using clever positioning, a lot of camera tricks, and every emote at his disposal, he was able to faithfully recreate almost every scene in the music video. The Keke Challenge is everywhere; everyone is doing it. But then Shiggy knocks on his trailer door and Drake seems to recognize him.
But then Rashad comes back outside to tell him to get off their lawn once more. . In fact, just the other week while attempting the challenge. Drake pulls up to a beautiful house, exits his car, and throws a rock at one of the windows in that old-fashioned romantic way. After waking up from his own personal nightmare, Shiggy appears again in the trailer as a production assistant and Drake looks like he's seen a ghost. For a while, that seemed to be that. Well, maybe that now-timeless question, pondered by philosophers and geniuses alike, might finally be answered.
The video shows the original footage as well, so you're able to see how closely the remake comes to the original. At this point, the legendary Phylicia Rashad makes a cameo as Kiki's mother — and kicks Drake off their lawn. Watch behind the scenes, here! In a particularly meta moment, Drake later comes face to face with the creator of the InMyFeelingsChallenge hashtag, Instagram user. . .