OVO sound records boss, Drake, has reflected his inner-LeBron James Jr. for his latest music video ‘Money in the Grave’.
In the new video, which features American rapper Rick Ross, Drake is seen wearing a Bronny James AAU jersey throughout.
In a preview of the music video shared on his Instagram page, the multi-platinum recording artist seeing the rapper representing for his son, LeBron James dropped his comment, “So Tough.”
“Money in the Grave” was first released in June after the team’s NBA win. He later added another new cut, “Omertà,” in a set titled “The Best in the World Pack.” Earlier this month, the 32-year-old rapper released his first compilation LP, Care Package, which follows his fifth studio album, 2018’s Scorpion.
Drake released his fifth studio album, Scorpion, in 2018. The album, which featured two sides, contains Drake displaying his put rapping skills on Side A, while he traversed the melodic route on side B. Melodies like “After Dark,” “In My Feelings,” “Jaded,” and “Nice For What” were popular standouts.
Bronny James made headlines this summer while competing with his Strive For Greatness AAU squad. He will make his high school debut for Sierra Canyon in California later this year.
Watch the video of ‘Money In The Grave’ by Drake and Rick Ross below.