Produced by Noah "40" Shebib and Murda Beatz, the uptempo song finds Drizzy rapping about female empowerment.
Karena Evans, the 22-year-old director behind the video, had teased in the weeks leading up to the big drop, "working on something special". Nice For What was released hours ago, and fans are already clamoring for the single, and the video!
"Nice for What" will most likely appear on Drake's next album, which he announced recently that he was nearly finished recording it.More news: Late goal sends Notre Dame to Frozen Four final
"That's a real one, in your reflection / Without a follow, without a mention", Drake rhymes.
First of all, the song samples Lauryn Hill's iconic "Ex-Factor" song from her debut Miseducation of Lauryn Hill album (Cardi B - who released her new album Friday - also sampled the same song on her debut offering).
Either way, we constantly cut back to a series of very famous faces, all doing random things and looking incredibly cool. Drake barely appears in the video much himself, with the main focus being on the powerful women featured, which include Issa Rae, Tiffany Haddish, Rashida Jones, Tracee Ellis Ross, Letitia Wright from Black Panther, and many, many more. "Drake is doing everything he can to keep us positive in 2018", tweeted film producer Adam Best. Drake would recruit several loved women in comedy for the music video, "Nice For What".