It's a good day for excavators, as one is prominently featured in the newly released video for Drake and Rick Ross' "Money in the Grave."

In addition to the grittily captured excavation moments, the Theo Skudra-directed video eventually also takes its lead to the stage. Watch the full thing up top.

After the credits roll, you'll notice an appearance by Zack Bia, who's worked extensively with restaurant and nightclub businessperson John Terzian. Terzian runs The h.wood Group, of which Bia is a part.

Drake is fresh off being among the artists whose songs were included in Barack and Michelle Obama's summer 2019 playlist, which the former POTUS shared on his Instagram over the weekend. Drake's Rihanna collab "Too Good" made the cut, as did songs by SZA, Maggie Rogers, Sharon Van Etten, and more.

"Money in the Grave" was originally released as part of Drake's celebratory The Best in the World Pack, a two-track release that marked the Toronto Raptors' championship happenings.

Ross, meanwhile, shared his perfectly timed Port of Miami sequel earlier this month. Drake appears on album closer "Gold Roses." Ross also called in John Legend, Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and many more to assemble the sequel, which goes down as his tenth studio full-length.