Drake & J. Cole Unveil New “First Person Shooter” Music Video Featuring Recreation of Spider-Man Meme, Messi & Cristiano Ronaldo's Chess Photo & More - WhatsOnRap

Drake & J. Cole just released an incredible video for their song "First Person Shooter"! It's packed with cool references.

Drake & J. Cole's "First Person Shooter" Video
Drake and J. Cole have unveiled the highly-anticipated music video for their hit collaboration, "First Person Shooter." The track, produced by Vinylz, Tay Keith, Boi-1da, Coleman, FNZ, and OZ, secured J. Cole his first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1. Meanwhile, Drake's 13th chart-topping achievement tied him with Michael Jackson, with only The Beatles, Mariah Carey, and Rihanna ahead.

Directed by Gibson Hazard, the video kicks off with a cameo from Brian Baumgartner, followed by a competitive table tennis match between Drake and Cole. 

Packed with references, the visual includes nods to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo's chess photo and the viral Spider-Man doppelgänger meme. The cinematic experience concludes with the unveiling of a massive statue of Drake.

Drake & J.Cole Doing The Spider-Man Pointing Meme In New Music Video For “First Person Shooter”

Drake & J. Cole paid homage to the iconic Messi & Ronaldo photo in their 'First Person Shooter' music video.

Drake honors the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, in the "First Person Shooter" video, taking inspiration from MJ's iconic "Billie Jean" style and the impactful "HIStory" album trailer. It's a tribute to the enduring legacy of the King of Pop in the world of music.

Drake does Michael Jackson’s signature dance move in the “First Person Shooter” music video.

 Watch the full "First Person Shooter" video by Drake and J. Cole below:

In a recent episode of "A Safe Place Podcast" with Lil Yachty and MitchGoneMad, Cole expressed gratitude for the No. 1 achievement, emphasizing that he would have been content even if the collaboration with Yeat, "IDGAF," had taken the top spot.
"It went No. 1, but if it went No. 2, I wouldn’t have felt no way. If [the Yeat-assisted ‘IDGAF’] would’ve went No. 1, it’s like, ‘Bruh, I’m cool. I’d almost feel better not having my first No. 1 be off a Drake alley-oop,’” shared the Fayetteville talent. "I love Drake and I love that I’m a part of that moment with him, with Michael Jackson. I’m grateful to be a part of it, but if the other song would’ve went No. 1, nga, I’m still grateful I’m a part of it. I wasn’t at home like, ‘Come on, y’all! Pick up the streams, man! We gotta beat this motherfker Yeat!’ I wasn’t doing that."

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