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Drake is a NBA champion. As the Toronto Raptors official ambassador and a guy who gets a check from the team … guess who gets an NBA championship ring?

That’s right, Drizzy.

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While he and a select few Raptors partied up in Las Vegas to celebrate the team’s first NBA title, he managed to gift fans two new tracks in the process. Well, they were supposed to arrive around 11 p.m. EST last night but after a bit of a delay, the Best In The World pack featuring “Omertá” and “Money In The Grave” with Rick Ross appeared on all streaming platforms.

“Omertá,” much like last year’s “Diplomatic Immunity” is a straight bar fest from Drake and features a few subtle jabs about that beef with you know who: “Last year, n***as really feel like they rode on me / Last year, n***as got hot ’cause they told on me.” He also manages to take digs at Benihana (what idd Benihana ever do to you?) and drop a rather giant flex about his time in the game, “I wish that I was playing in a sport where we were getting rings / I wouldn’t have space on either hand for anything.”

Hear both tracks below.

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