Drake Keeps Promise to Outfit Miami High School With OVO-Branded School Uniforms

The high school starred in Drake's "God's Plan" music video back in February.

Drake Uniforms

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Drake Uniforms

When Draketook over Miami Senior High School during the shooting of his charitable, socialist video for “God’s Plan,” he donated $25,000 to the school and promised that all the students would be getting OVO uniforms designed by the rapper himself. Drake is making good on that promise just two months later and shared a snapshot of those uniforms on his Instagram story Sunday night.  

In his Instagram story, we can see a white polo with the school’s yellow “M” embroidered on the shirt and wrapped in “October’s Very Own.” On the right side of the shirt, the song’s most popular line is etched in cursive reading “I only love my bed and my momma, I’m sorry.” On the photo, Drizzy writes “Miami High new alternate uniforms #GodsPlans #WearingMyUniformInTheSummer” noting that students are getting ready to start summer break next month. Of course, if I were one of those lucky high school students, I’d wear my uniform all summer long.

“God’s Plan” dropped back in January, with the video coming out a month later. The track and video instantly became one of Drake’s most popular, breaking a number of streaming records.  The song was one half of Drake’s Scary Hours Ep, ahead of his next album Scorpiondropping this June.

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