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NBA Finals 2019: Drake releasing two new songs in celebration of Toronto Raptors winning NBA championship

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The championship celebrations in Toronto are already underway following the Raptors' thrilling Game 6 win and soon they'll have a soundtrack to add to the party.

Raptors Global Ambassador, Drake teased fans with news that two tracks are on the way, 'Omertà' and 'Money in the Grave' featuring Rick Ross.

"THE CHIP TO THE 6!!!!!!!!!!!! SEE YOU 2MRW WITH A 2 PACK LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO," Drake wrote on Instagram following the 114-110 win.

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Drake has been a constant presence during the Raptors' championship run - trash talking with the Warriors players from his courstside seats and repping the city of Toronto at every chance.

Following the Game 6 win, which he watched at Jurassic Park alongside thousands of Toronto fans, Drake spoke with reporters, letting everyone know just how much the title meant to the city, as captured by NBA Canada's Carlan Gay.

"We did this off of heart. We did this off of love," Drake said. "We willed this into existence. We manifested this. I told you the first time. People like to make memes, make another meme out of this. It's beautiful."

The championship celebrations are just beginning, with a parade set for Monday in downtown Toronto.

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