Drake‘s “One Dance” may have an amazing video to complement it.
The track has been getting mad love for the summer from music fans but the visual for the track has yet to materialize. However, recent reports hint that may all change soon.
Drizzy has been posting photos of his trip to South Africa with a number of clues that the video will also be shot in the country. Material Culture, a dance team who competes in the izikhothane scene in Soweto appeared in one post as well. Kyla, whose vocals are sampled in the song’s hook, may also be on deck. The singer took a flight on South African airlines a few days ago.
Other notables have also appeared in the country including Apple Music’s head of original music, Larry Jackson.
But whether or not the music video is happening, Drake also took some time to give back as he visited the Johannesburg’s Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory to speak with some students. “If I can do it then anyone in this world can do it,” he told the group. “I encourage you to do it for yourself and your loved ones, your friends and your family. But especially for the place that you come from.”
Check out the Instagram posts and Drake’s speech below.
SOWETO. ⚠️ The most spirited yet dangerous community that I have ever come across. Every bit of cool that every other place pretends to possess, you exude here with genuine ease. Forty years almost to the day of the Soweto youth uprising, which was the catalyst for the eventual dismantling of apartheid, I am so proud that @amandler and I chose to come to this amazing township to film what easily is the most powerful piece of visual art that I have ever captured — but now with the youth of Soweto today. Thank you for restoring my spirit, faith and inspiration today. WOW. ✊✊
First international flight of the year!! Heavy!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Vl25lzr9vy
— Kyla (@Kylaofficial) June 25, 2016
— Nontobeko Sibisi (@Nontobek0Sibisi) June 27, 2016