Drake and J.Cole Face Off in Epic "First Person Shooter" Music Video


In the thrilling music video for their chart-topping collaboration, Drake and J.Cole engage in a battle of wits and skill in "First Person Shooter," directed by Gibson Hazard.

The cinematic experience kicks off with a skit featuring actor Brian Baumgartner, setting the stage for the intense showdown between Drizzy and Jermaine. The duo engages in a ping pong match and a strategic game of chess, drawing parallels to the iconic chess photo of soccer legends Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. The competition escalates as they move from a playful setting to the electrifying Scotiabank Arena, set against the stunning backdrop of Toronto.

Rapping from a boxing ring and a scene inspired by the Spider-Man pointing meme, J.Cole addresses the scrutiny he faces: "N****s so thirsty to put me in beef / Dissecting my words and start looking too deep." As the Dreamvillian observes social media reactions, he embraces the mystique surrounding his persona.

Meanwhile, Drake takes to the city's subway accompanied by a pack of dogs, symbolizing his journey before ascending above "The 6." Performing his hit single, he reflects on his success: "Will they ever give me flowers? Well, of course not / They don’t wanna have that talk, ’cause it’s a sore spot / They know The Boy, the one they gotta boycott." The 6 God pays homage to Michael Jackson with his signature spin and kick dance move, celebrating his 13th No. 1 single and tying the late Pop star's record in Billboard history.

"First Person Shooter" is a track from Drake's latest album, "For All The Dogs," which features collaborations with artists such as 21 Savage, SZA, Lil Yachty, Bad Bunny, and more. Excitement builds as both Drake and J.Cole announce their joint tour, "It’s All A Blur: Big As The What?," set to kick off in select U.S. cities in January.

Fans can also anticipate Drake's upcoming project, "Scary Hours 3," scheduled for release this Friday (Nov. 17). Don't miss the next chapter in the musical journey of these two iconic artists.