“Omertà” and the Rick Ross-assisted “Money In The Grave.”

After the Toronto Raptors dethroned the Golden State Warriors last week, their most vocal ambassador made a promise to his team and fans: to commemorate their first championship with new music. Of course, I’m talking about Drake — the man whose hometown pride manifests itself fully in his bombastic Raptors advocacy. On Saturday, June 15th, two-days after the Raptors claimed victory, Drake made good on his promise.

Dropping off a two-pack — aptly titled, The Best In The World Pack — Drizzy came through this weekend with “Omertà” and the Rick Ross-assisted “Money In The Grave.”

Drake’s first new music since the summer ‘18 Scorpion, The Best In The World Pack has the 6 God’s lyrical prowess on full-display, articulating his pride in his team, his city, and himself with lines like “I’m buying the building that every door done closed on me” and “Wish I was playing in a sport that we were getting rings, I wouldn’t have space on either hand for anything.” Drake effectively embodies the “chip on the shoulder” mentality that the Raptors carried throughout the regular and post seasons, further connecting him with his squad.

The Best In The World Pack loops together his passions of basketball and music, creating a cohesive offering that has fans pondering one thing: When’s the new Drizzy album dropping?

Until it does, enjoy “Omertà” and “Money In The Grave” below: