Drake is on cloud nine since the Toronto Raptors won their first-ever championship game in the 2019 NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors on Thursday (June 13) in an astounding 114-110 ending. Many speculations surface stating the Toronto native would drop an album in lieu to his hometown team, but soon clarified that he would drop two records and lived to his promise.
‘Omerta’ could be one of the most lyrically induced records that the 6-God has delivered in quite some time. The cadence and metaphors became synonymous to his mixtape era, yet more elaborate. The record was produced by OZ, Deats, and E.Y.
‘Money in the Grave,’ which features fellow colleague Rick Ross, has more of a club feel. Cydney Christine, Asoteric, and LJay are behind the production to the catchy record.
Drake released his sixth studio project, Scorpion in 2018 which consisted of a double-album of 25-tracks. Despite the conflicting reviews, the album accumulated over 700,000 in album sales and ranked number 2 on the US Billboard 200 whereas peeked number 1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop charts.
His forthcoming project is expected to release later on this year. For now, check out ‘Omerta’ and ‘Money in the Grave,’ featuring Rick Ross after the jump.