Drake's 'In My Feelings' Music Video Appears to Be Filmed in New Orleans

The rapper's go-to director, Karena Evans, is spotted filming the music video in the city along with a group of people.

AceShowbiz - Drake is not wasting his time to get back to work following the release of his record-breaking album "Scorpion". It appears the Canadian hip-hop superstar has already started filming a music video for "In My Feelings".

The rapper is apparently once again collaborating with director Karena Evans for the music video. She previously directed his "God's Plan", "Nice for What" and "I'm Upset" music videos. In a video which was posted on Twitter by Spotify's Carl Chery, the 22-year-old director could be seen recording the visuals in New Orleans. A group of people was also seen in the video dancing to the song's instrumental in front of Dat Dog restaurant. Meanwhile, Drake was nowhere to be seen in the clip.

"In My Feelings" features a sample of the late New Orleans bounce artist Magnolia Shorty's song "Smoking Gun", so it comes to no surprise that the video is being shot in the city. Furthermore, the song features uncredited vocals from Miami rap duo City Girls, whose member Jatavia "JT" Johnson is currently serving a jail sentence for fraud charges. Thus, it makes sense that some people in the short video were seen holding up T-shirts painted with her face.

Aside from getting a music video treatment, "In My Feelings" has started a viral dance challenge which was sparked by Instagram comic TheShiggyShow. Celebrities such as Ciara, Kevin Hart and Odell Beckham Jr. have joined in on the viral sensation, with the "Like a Boy" songstress doing the challenge while on vacation in South Africa with husband Russell Wilson.

It's still unknown whether or not the upcoming visuals will feature the viral dance.

"In My Feelings" is one of the tracks off Drake's double album "Scorpion", which debuted atop Billboard 200 chart. It became his eighth No. 1 album on the chart in addition to breaking the country's streaming record with 745.92 million streams in its first week.

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