The music video for Drake and J. Cole’s smash hit song “First Person Shooter” has been released. The two released the grandiose, pop-culture-rich visuals, directed by Gibson Hazard on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
The gentle giant of The Office, Brian Baumgartner, makes an appearance in the opening scene of the video as he takes a call from “The CEO.” The audience sees Cole and Drizzy in a broom closet as he hangs up and starts playing his first-person shooter video game. As the entire world watches, a heated table tennis match between the emcees turns into a championship exhibition. The camera pans to an aerial view just as Drake delivers the last volley.
After that, the camera pans back to show the North Carolina rhymer knocking over a rook in a game of chess, and Drizzy and Cole recreate the famous Louis Vuitton photo of football superstars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. They then pose for a statistical analysis before what appears to be a boxing match.
Drake and J. Cole just announced their joint tour, and now they have dropped an explosive new video. The rapper Her Loss announced the It’s All A Blur—Big As The What? Tour, which will travel across North America in 2019. The announcement was made on social media.
The tour, which will be produced by Live Nation and sponsored by Cash App and Visa, will take place over 22 dates, according to Drake Related. Cole will perform on eighteen of the twenty-two dates.
The two will play two back-to-back shows at the Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado, on Thursday, January 18, to kick off the tour. After that, the “Jodeci” team will tour major American cities like New Orleans, Memphis, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, New York, and more. The leader of Dreamville will make his final appearance on Sunday, March 10, at Lexington, Kentucky’s Rupp Arena.
Check Out The Music Video For “First Person Shooter”