Drake has dropped the music video for “You Broke My Heart,” which was released as part of the For All The Dogs Scary Hours Edition record.

The video, which premiered yesterday (December 21), features appearances from the rapper himself and singer-songwriter Morgan Wallen as their exes (portrayed by Grace Matthews and Taylor Morris) blow up their car as they drive away from a restaurant. Matthews and Morris are also the ones rapping the song instead of the rapper. In an Instagram post by Wallen, he wrote, “I’m kinda glad she gone,” a reference to the short skit he and Drake performed at the start of the video.

The video was directed by Theo Skudra, who also directed Drake’s trailer for “Scary Hours 3,” “Adonis My Man Freestyle,” and “Sticky” from the rapper’s 2022 album, Honestly Nevermind.

For All The Dogs Scary Hours Edition was released last November. The 29-track long album has collaborations with the likes of J. Cole, Teezo Touchdown, Yeat, 21 Savage, SZA, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Chief Keef, Bad Bunny, Sexxy Red, and Lil Yachty. The original albums was released a month prior, and consisted of the first 23 tracks.

He has also released the music videos for a number of songs on the record, such as “Another Late Night” featuring Lil Yachty, “First Person Shooter” with J. Cole, and “Polar Opposites.”

Watch the music video for “You Broke My Heart” featuring Drake and Morgan Wallen below.