Over the weekend, Drake kept his promise and released two new songs in celebration of the Toronto Raptors winning the 2019 NBA Championship.
Drizzy took to Instagram to announce the release of the two records titled, “Omertà” and “Money In The Grave.” “Omertà and Money In The Grave feat. @richforever out now on ALL platforms,” Drake wrote as his caption.
“Last year, ni**as got hot cause they told on me. I’m bout to call the bluff of anybody that fold on me. I’m buying the building of every door that closed on me,” Drizzy raps on”Omertà.”
Drake also shouts out the late Teena Marie in the record. “They say that they happy, my man, that’s not how they seem to be. The boy, he wild and peaceful, rest in peace Teena Marie,” he raps.
Listen to “Omertà” below.
“Ni**as wanna swap like it’s Slauson or Watts. I don’t wanna change ’cause I’m good where I’m at. Mob ties, so I’m always good where I’m at. Word to Junior, Jazzy, Baby J.Tell ’em when I die, put my money in the grave,” Drake raps on “Money In The Grave.”
Listen to “Money In The Grave” below.
“Money In The Grave”
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