With the success of his new album Scorpion, Drake is on top of the world. With all this success, what is there for him to do next? A game show perhaps? According to TMZ, the actor turned rapper has filed documents to use the phrase “God’s Plan,” the title of a single from his latest album, for some merch and a potential new game show.
The rapper is also using the phrase reportedly for music videos, audio recordings, marketing and promotional purposes.
Catchphrases by Drake are nothing new. Does the term “YOLO” ring a bell?
While it is unknown and too early to tell what a game show would entail, if his God’s Plan music video is anything to go by, it could involve gifting money to people.
Last week, the Canadian bred rapper shared the New Orleans set video for his single “In My Feelings,” which has already spawned a potential new catchphrase courtesy of a cameo by actress Phylicia Rashad: “Don’t forget to go when you leave.”
With stints on SNL and his screen time on Degrassi, Drake’s comedic timing and persona could be very well ripe for a game show should the reports be accurate and he considers a career in game show hosting.