By giving "One Dance" a music video, Drake could score his first-ever No. 1.
Aside from the bonus track "Hotline Bling," "One Dance" will be the first VIEWS track to get a music video. Drake shared the news tonight in an Instagram post in response to the Raptors beating the Heat tonight on the road to take a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals. He wasn't able to attend the game in Miami because he's currently busy shooting the "One Dance" video.
"On set for 'One Dance' and it's killing me that I am missing these games!!!" wrote Drake, before congratulating his team on the big win.
"One Dance," released on April 5 over three weeks before VIEWS, is technically the album's lead single, as January's "Summer Sixteen" didn't make the final cut. The album features UK singer Kyla and young Nigerian artist Wizkid, who provides background vocals. Kyla is credited because "One Dance" borrows extensively from a remix -- by UK Funky collective Crazy Cousinz -- of her 2008 song "Do You Mind." "One Dance" is produced by Nineteen85.
"One Dance" is currently the No. 2 song on Billboard's Hot 100, behind Desiigner's "Panda." If it goes No. 1, it will be Drake's first-ever chart-topping song in the U.S. The music video should only help in attaining that milestone.