Drake surprised the world with the drop of new single “Nice For What” late last night (April 6), and any given social media feed was flooded with excitement and praise (and quips from a few haters) for the track.
Many were mesmerized by the visual — which features Tiffany Haddish, Zoe Saldana, Issa Rae, Olivia Wilde, Black Panther‘s Letitia Wright and more — and noted that his bars provide tons of material for Instagram captions to take your selfies into summer.
Here’s a handful of the reactions “Nice For What” inspired.
Rihanna probably just now read Drake’s text about appearing in the Nice For What video
— THE HOOD ORACLE (@MADBLACKTHOT) April 7, 2018
Drake made a song about fly women doing their own thing, with fly independent women in the video, directed by a fly independent woman over a beat sampling Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor”
This is basically Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies” as a rap song
— #drumzplease (@JoeyDrumzSA) April 7, 2018
Nice For What
Drake vs 2018 pic.twitter.com/FpODECnPDq
— Drake (@DrakeBible_) April 7, 2018
If you think I’m going to use Drake’s ‘Nice For What’ lyrics on all my instagram pictures…
You’re absolutely right!
— Tolly (@tolly_t) April 7, 2018
Cardi and Drake back to back. Chicks running outta room in their notes for IG captions.
— Negan (@AskTrillAC) April 7, 2018
Man between Cardi and Drake ladies are gonna have way too many captions this summer —-
— Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) April 7, 2018
People really understate this. Drake literally influences maybe 78% of all instagram captions. Fact. https://t.co/cdDpnuLRFJ
— Dr Love. (@illWayne) April 7, 2018
drake and cardi have me set till summer for captions.
— A (@aliyahmariabee) April 7, 2018
For real @Drake going double vibranium when his album comes out just off of gods plan and nice for what streams
— Derek (@bknr1) April 7, 2018
— Pooch. (@ItsVee_) April 7, 2018
Drake’s news song has cleared my skin, watered my crops, filed my taxes and cured my illness. pic.twitter.com/VJrU5PuQ6u
— Daniel Calderon (@Dan_soy23) April 7, 2018
Drake is about to replace his #1 hit with another #1 hit.
— — (@Dr_Sweets23) April 7, 2018
Drake’s new single got me like pic.twitter.com/NfDfARLdog
— Mark — (@m4rk_theshorty) April 7, 2018
Looking at all the beautiful black women in this Drake video like pic.twitter.com/nj9Ir62HiJ
— You’re moving mad (@BigGucci_Idz) April 7, 2018
New drake music means new lyrics to text females and try to get out the friendzone.
— Trapa Fasa (@trapafasa) April 7, 2018
Drake did not drop a single, he dropped a MOOD
— Momo (@NoItsMomo) April 7, 2018