Drake and J. Cole Share "First Person Shooter" Video f/ Kevin From ‘The Office’ Cameo

The visual for the 'For All the Dogs' highlight arrives not long after the rappers announced their 2024 tour.

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Fresh off the announcement of their 2024 tour, Drake and J. Cole have shared the video for their collaboration "First Person Shooter."

Directed by Gibson Hazard, the wild visual opens with Brian Baumgartner aka Kevin from The Office listening to the track while gaming at work. It then quickly pivots to show the two rappers playing table tennis, only for the room around them to transform into a stadium arena. From there we get a reenactment of the Spider-Man pointing at Spider-Man meme, Drake busting out his best Michael Jackson moves, and a legion of fans sporting dog masks.

The two briefly play chess, too, which appears to be a reference to a famous photo from Louis Vuitton in 2022 that showed Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.


Drake and J. Cole recreated the iconic Messi and Ronaldo chess photo for their "First Person Shooter" video. pic.twitter.com/UhcUsM3WJw

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The video also features Drake performing on top of Toronto's Scotiabank Arena, which TikTok user Carolina Fraiha spotted him recording last month.

Drake recently concluded his co-headling tour with 21 Savage, but he's back on the road again in January until March with J. Cole joining him this time around. Cole's manager Ibrahim "Ib" Hamad has since explained why the tour will be skipping some major cities and said it's a tour to show love to some secondary markets. "The run is for the secondary markets we don't get to go to as much and do shows like how we use to," he told a fan who asked on X, formerly Twitter.

It’s All a Blur Tour: Big as the What? is set to kick off on Jan. 18 in Denver, Colorado before visiting San Antonio, New Orleans, Tampa, Nashville, Kansas City, and wrapping up in Birmingham, Alabama on March 27.

In a recent discussion with Lil Yachty on his A Safe Place podcast, Cole reflected on "First Person Shooter" giving him his first-ever No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. "I’d almost feel better not having my first No. 1 be off a Drake alley-oop, you know what I mean?" Cole told Yachty. "Like, I love Drake and I love that I’m a part of that moment with him with Michael Jackson. But it’s like, bruh, I’m grateful I’m a part of it."

Check out the video for "First Person Shooter" up top.

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