Drake dropped his celebratory two-song The Best in the World Pack last week via his Frozen Moments LLC, his first release that wasn’t under the Young Money or Cash Money label.

Last weekend, Drake released the two-song Best In the World Pack after the Toronto Raptors won their first NBA championship. The Canadian rapper, who is also a global ambassador for the Raptors, dropped “Omerta” and “Money In the Grave” featuring Rick Ross.

Last year, when Drake released his first double-album with Scorpion under Young Money and Cash Money Records, it was reported that his contract with the label was done and he was a free agent.

Music streaming services, including Tidal and Apple Music, have credited the copyright information for “Omerta” and “Money In the Grave” to Frozen Moments, LLC, under exclusive license to Republic Records.

Frozen Moments, a company owned by Drake, used to control many of his business ventures including trademarks and legal filings, and business for OVO websites.

In February, Frozen Moments was credited in the copyrights section for Drake’s remix of Summer Walker‘s “Girls Need Love,” the first time the label was associated with his music since the rapper joined Young Money in 2009.

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