What better way to brighten up a Monday than to have Drake stop by at your school to shoot a music video? Not to mention he gave a generous donation of $25,000. Miami Senior High officially has bragging rights over all other high schools for the rest of 2018.

To top it off, OVO plans on designing new school uniforms for the school too.

Students broke the internet by posting more than enough pictures and videos of the rapper. Their excitement is more than justified.

Drake was shooting parts for his music video for his new song, "God's Plan," off his two-song EP Scary Hours.

The self-proclaimed "6 God," was using a crane on the school's baseball field while a drone camera recorded him performing.

The rapper didn't stop there with the unexpected visits

He also went to the University of Miami and gave student Destiny James a $50,000 scholarship, before he gave them their own personal performance at the school. Drake was making one student's day after the other.

Drake's actions only gained him more love from his fans. Even without the music video, "God's Plan," already has been creating some serious buzz with one lyric that seems to be showing up in tweet after tweet.

The infamous lyric: "She say, 'Do you love me?' I tell her, 'Only partly'/ I only love my bed and my momma, I'm sorry." Fans probably read or heard that lyric before they could even hear the actual song.

This one lyric set off this hilarious reply:

As for speculations why Drake chose to shoot at the high school and university, fans took to his other song on the album "Diplomatic Immunity" to figure it out.

In this song, there's a lyric: "Like a job straight out of high school there's no you and I." If one listens close, the artist is using wordplay to spell out U-N-I to reference university. Drake not only got a job straight out of high school, (he was Jimmy on the show "Degrassi"), he dropped out of high school. He finally got his GED during his 20's.

Whether the lyric actually relates is unknown but it's all fans have to work with. Hit after hit, Drake does not disappoint his fans and now he's popping up at schools. What will he do next?

"Scary Hours" was released on January 19 this year and it peaked as Number one on the Billboard Hot 100s, and is still at number one.

The song hasn't even been out for a month and it's on top, according to xxlmag. It broke Spotify's single day streaming record, with a total of 4,326,679 streams. Drake is already setting records only two months into 2018.