There is nothing hostile about the Drake-over. Leading up to his proper album, he's made big songs like "Best I Ever Had" only to follow it by an even more massive anthem, strong enough to knock rap off it's rocker. Anything violent that could be said about how a song like "Over" could bully it's way to the top is put to bed (literally) in how modest he delivers it in the video.
There's no telling what the music industry will spend their money on, much less how much they'll dole out for a future marquis artist like Drake. That doesn't mean though that he's approached Jay-Z or Diddy status where he's got the option to break the bank on shooting a video on a yacht. Better yet, he's done it in the comfortable surroundings of a four-cornered room—cliché to rappers like Scarface and Juelz Santana who've made great anthems mentioning their private space. Drake's done it different though, and that's the good news. Take it sitting down.