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Is Drake No Longer Signed to Young Money/Cash Money?

The rapper's two new singles appear to be licensed to Frozen Moments, LLC.

Drake might be done with his deal— at least that's what some fans and music industry speculators believe.

When the rapper released The Best in the World Pack earlier this week, the songs appeared to be licensed under Frozen Moments, LLC instead of the usual Young Money/Cash Money.

It has been speculated that his 2009 deal under Birdman's imprint was ending. On his 2018 track "Is This More," Drake raps, "soon as this album drop I’m out of the deal."

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According to FADER, Tidal initially listed the singles as a Cash Money and Young Money release before editing them to reflect Frozen Moments. At press time, Spotify still says they're licensed to Cash Money and Young Money.

Following the Toronto Raptors' historic win, Drake released the celebratory two singles, "Omertá" and "Money In the Grave" featuring Rick Ross.

Stream the tracks below.