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When Drake dropped his new Best in the World Pack this weekend — a two-single drop comprising “Omertà” and “Money in the Grave” featuring Rick Ross — it seems the Toronto Raptors’ win wasn’t the only thing he was celebrating. The release signaled that he might finally be done with his Cash Money deal.

It has been rumored for a while that last year’s Scorpion marked the end of Drake’s contractual obligations with Young Money and Cash Money Records, especially considering the album track “Is This More” included the bar, “soon as this album drop I’m out of the deal.”

Now, as Complex initially pointed out, the Best in the World Pack is on Apple Music licensed under Frozen Moments, LLC, which falls under Public Records. What’s more, Spotify and Tidal initially dropped the tracks under Cash Money and Young Money, but Tidal has since edited the information to Frozen Moments, LLC.

Specific details remain unclear, especially considering that Frozen Moments, LLC is not a label. Updates to follow.

For a deeper look inside Drake’s world, check the video below.

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