AceShowbiz - Drake is considering turning his smash hit "God's Plan" into a game show.
The Canadian rapper filed documents with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office late last month looking to register the name for use to sell "entertainment services, namely, production and distribution of a game show".
Although the legal papers contain few clues to a potential format, merely stating it will be broadcast on TV and the internet, the video for God's Plan features Drake giving away almost $1 million (£730,000) in cash to lucky strangers across Los Angeles.
He has also registered the track title for use as the name of a charity fundraising "entertainment event" - hinting that he may have generous intentions in embarking on the new TV project.
After its release in January, "God's Plan" spent an incredible 11 weeks on top of America's Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, while its YouTube video has been viewed 761 million times.
In addition to earmarking his song title as the name of a new TV project, the 31-year-old hip-hop star has also trademarked "God's Plan" for use selling clothes, as well as for musical promotion and recording.
Hits from Drake's latest album Scorpion have dominated the U.S. charts in 2018, with single "In My Feelings" the latest to spend time at the summit - bagging a fourth week on top in Sunday's (August 05) rundown. His tracks have now spent a staggering 23 weeks at number one this year, while Scorpion itself has managed five weeks at the top of America's album chart.
A potential "God's Plan" game show isn't the only TV project Drake has in the works; he's also executive producing "Euphoria", a high school drama starring Zendaya. It will debut next year.