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Drake is many things: the 6ix God, a good friend, and the saddest boy in all of Canada. What he isn’t, is a man who takes himself too seriously. The Toronto rapper and 2016 multi-Juno nominee teamed up with US cellular giants T-Mobile to create a self-deprecating Super Bowl commercial, and it’s just so… Drake.

The commercial revisits the set of Drizzy’s infamous “Hotline Bling” music video, and features the hit-maker portraying the soft, nerdy, nice-guy stereotype that he’s often labelled with in the music biz.

The commercial features an overly affable Drake, clad in a giant signature sweater, taking creative suggestions from stiff mobile big-wigs on how his hit can incorporate more of their awful sounding device upgrade rules and data streaming charges info.

Drizzy accepts all of the advice with a giant smile, proclaiming that “I love changes” and “these changes don’t ruin the song at all!”

And yes, there’s more corny dancing. What else could we expect from Grandpa Drake?

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Don’t miss Super Bowl 50 this Sunday at 6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT on CTV.