By Brendan Bowers August 26, pm. Later this year, he'll make his high school debut for Sierra Canyon in California. It seems reasonable to expect that this is not the last time Drake will be wearing a Bronny jersey.
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Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. If you're asking yourself who Lil CC is, you're not alone. Two years after first messaging Drake and asking him if he could say her producer tag, CC had another conversation with the Toronto rapper about her music career. A couple of days before Game 5 of the NBA Finals, he told her his plan to drop the song as a celebration of the Raptors' victory.
I mean, where the fuck should I really even start? I got hoes that I'm keepin' in the dark I got my nas 'cross the street livin' large Thinkin' back to the fact that they dead Thought my raps wasn't facts 'til they sat with the bars I got two phones, one need a charge Yeah, they twins, I could tell they ass apart I got big packs comin' on the way I got big stacks comin' out the safe I got Lil Max with me, he the wave It's a big gap between us in the game In the next life, I'm tryna stay paid When I die, put my money in the grave. When I die, put my money in the grave I really gotta put a couple nas in they place Really just lapped every na in the race I really might tat "Realest Na" on my face Lil CC let it slap with the bass I used to save hoes with a mask and a cape Now I'm like, "Nah, love, I'm good, go away". Ain't about to die with no money, I done gave it I was on top when that shit meant a lot Still on top like I'm scared of the drop Still on top and these nas wanna swap Nas 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. When I die, put my money in the grave I really gotta put a couple nas in they place Really just lapped every na in the race I really might tat "Realest Na" on my face Lil CC let it slap with the bass I used to save hoes with a mask and a cape Now I'm like, "Nah, love, I'm good, go away" Ain't about to die with no money, I done gave it. Rick Ross. The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard. To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement. Don't show again.
Drake has buried something where nearly no one can find it — save for himself. In his new video for "Money in the Grave," Construction Papi hits the junkyard with an excavator. He also lives large with Rick Ross , who is featured on the track, and then shows some footage from Toronto celebrating the Raptors winning the NBA Finals. But the most interesting aspect of this gritty affair is the mounds of dirt that are being removed and then replaced. Is he burying his money With the extremely sandy filter, the excavator that glides over the dirt of the field looks like a grotesque monster. After we watch Drake's crew hide something from various angles, we're introduced to flashing clouds, indicating that there's a storm on the horizon. The video ends with Drake showing how excited Toronto was after the city won its first NBA final earlier this year, with him sprinting around a stage while the large trophy stood behind him as fireworks rang off in the sky.