It paves the way for one of the biggest Hip-Hop releases of 2022 and his anxiously awaited thirteenth full-length studio album, “God Did,” which will be released on August 26 via We The Best Music Group/Epic Records.
Dressed in full scrubs, Drake aka Dr. Graham works as the head of neurosurgery, while Lil Baby aka Dr. Jones plays the head of cardiothoracic surgery.
“We represent the future of medicine. Our surgical residents are at the top of their class, our highly decorated doctors are at the top of their fields, and our equipment is simply put – state of the art,” reads the hospital mission statement introducing Dr. Khaled as head of general surgery on Instagram.
Khaled assembles anthem to rival even his most earthshaking output as Drake and Lil Baby lock into an unbreakable back-and-forth. The “Staying Alive” chorus features an interpolation of the Bee Gees song of the same name. Meanwhile, the accompanying visual continues a tradition of larger-than-life and big screen-worthy videos for Khaled. This trio entertains in a hospital setting and captivates on-screen, scene-after-scene. Very soon, Khaled will reveal the full blockbuster tracklisting for “God Did.”
Drake and Khaled have worked together multiple times, including on songs “Popstar,” “Greece,” and “To The Max,” plus “I’m On One” and “No New Friends.”