Drake had lots to rejoice on Thursday when his beloved Toronto Raptors received their first-ever NBA Championship, and had a particular shock — two of them, truly — in honour of the crew’s momentous win.
To rejoice the Raptors’ victory at this 12 months’s NBA Finals, Drake dropped two new songs: “Omerta” and “Cash In The Grave,” the latter a collaboration with Rick Ross.
The brand new tracks are the primary of the 12 months for Drake as a lead artist, and his solely new music since his look on a brand new remix of Summer time Walker’s “Women Want Love”, which got here out in February, and his latest collab with Chris Brown, “No Steering”.
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Drake teased the brand new tracks on social media shortly after the top of the Raptors’ win at Sport 6, and late Friday night time introduced that the brand new tracks had lastly arrived.
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“That is poetic, you simply gotta watch it occur,” an emotional Drizzy stated in an interview after the sport. “The 6 in six, Kyle Lowry with the ring, Kawhi Leonard bringing in chips to the town… I need my chips with the dip, that’s all I do know.”
Added Drake: “We did this off of coronary heart, we did this off of affection. We willed this into existence. We manifested this.”
You may hearken to the brand new tracks beneath: