This past weekend, Drake played a couple of shows at Harlem's legendary Apollo theater.
After the show, a video shows a police officer recording every person who left the show, rasing concern for guests.
The NYPD claims that the officer doing the recording was part of their social media team and it will be used in a Twitter post featuring local community events.
Today, the NYPD released some of video footage from the show, but it covers more of the processes and security that goes into a show of this magnitude.
At the beginning of the video, it shows a room full of police being given instructions on the event(s) and what to be prepared for.
“All right, everybody, so you know what we got coming up. We got two nights of Drake, one of the most well-known artists in the world. It’s going to bring out a lot of people and a lot of talents. The people are coming and going for this concert, and the artists expect to be safe. So, the byline is we’re going to do what we do best: we’re going to keep people safe."
Check out the rest of the video below.