Drake just released two new songs in honor of the Toronto Raptors' first ever NBA Finals win, after winning against the five-time champions the Golden State Warriors. The two new tracks includes his long-time-coming collaboration with fellow rapper Rick Ross, "Money In The Grave."
The Canadian artist has been his hometown's basketball team's biggest supporter, and has basically been a courtside mainstay. And so when the Raptors won, he posted a photo of himself embracing the NBA Finals golden trophy. He also uses an image based on that same trophy for the art for his two-song release he dubbed, The Best In The World Pack.
"Omertà" and "Money In The Grave" don't specifically speak about the championship. "Omertà," which is an Italian code of silence and honor, makes references to his pending Las Vegas residency, his status on Forbes Cash Kings List, and his feud last year with Pusha T. Meanwhile, "Money In The Grave" marks the end of his beef with Rick Ross, and fans are expressing their love for the bouncy club bop on Twitter.
"When I die, put my money in the grave. I really gotta put a couple n***as in they place. Really just lapped every n***a in the race."