At times, it seems like Drake is inhuman. Then he shows us moments like these that reveal he is indeed a mere mortal.

On Monday (April 23), the 6 God shared some behind-the-scenes footage from the video for his new already-hit single "Nice for What." In the clip, the Toronto rap star is seen on a set gliding toward the camera on skates. He makes a sharp turn, and apparently doesn't size it up right. After making his round, he takes a mean spill, planting himself on the floor. The video immediately stops.  "Director’s Cut 😭 @karenaevans," he captioned the clip, tagging the video's director.

"Nice for What," Drake's Lauryn Hill-sampling track, has quickly become his latest Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit. As the gift and the curse, the track recently dethroned "God's Plan" which was going for a Billboard record for most weeks atop the Billboard single's chart.

Both records will presumably be on the OVO rapper's upcoming new album Scorpion. Last week, Aubrey shared the release date for the forthcoming album via Instagram post, and it looks like the project is slated to drop in June. He recently revealed the executive producers on the LP to be broskies Noah "40" Shebib and Oliver El-Khatib.

June is slated to be a big month with a project from Kanye West, a joint project from Kid Cudi and Kanye West and Nas' album all set to drop that month.

Check out video of Drizzy taking a nasty spill while skating during the "Nice for What" shoot below.

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