DJ Khaled has shared his new collaboration Staying Alive with Drake and Lil Baby, in addition to his hospital-themed music video. The mid-tempo collaboration is the lead single from Khaled’s forthcoming thirteenth studio album God Did, which will likely be launched August twenty sixth through We The Best Music Group/Epic Records, following up on final 12 months’s Khaled Khaled.
The monitor interpolates the Bee Gees’ 1977 disco basic of the identical identify, with all three members of the group credited accordingly. In the refrain, Drake sings, “Try me 100 occasions/ Wanted me to lie, wished me to cry, wished me to die/ I, I, I, I dwell, I dwell, I dwell , I keep alive.”
In the music video, the celebrity rappers remodel the Khaled Khaled Hospital For Those That Didn’t Believe™ right into a veritable home get together. Drake struts the corridors in his smock and stethoscope, thoughtlessly signing affected person charts and eagerly waving to the nurses as he recites the tune.
Meanwhile, Lil Baby smokes a blunt whereas working within the working room earlier than donning a white lab coat and turning the working room right into a VIP space. Later, all the celebs meet within the hospital parking zone, surrounded by ambulances which can be lit up like they’re muscle vehicles from The Fast and the Furious.
Watch the music video for DJ Khaled’s Staying Alive, starring Drake and Lil Baby, beneath.
Last week, Drake hosted his All Canadian North Stars live performance throughout his first October World Weekend Festival in his hometown of Toronto, the spotlight of which was trotting out Nelly Furtado for a shock efficiency of “I Am Like a Bird.” Lil Baby additionally took the stage for Canadian Fest only a month after they jumped onto the most recent iteration of multilingual hip-hop banger Voodoo with Badshah, J Balvin and Tainy.
Earlier this week, Drake introduced his Young Money reunion present with Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj will now happen on Saturday August 6 after being postponed when he examined optimistic for COVID.