DRAKE PROMISES A NEW ARTIST FEATURE IF HE Triumphs IN A BASKETBALL SHOOTOUT WITH HIM.


Drake's fascination with Houston and Houston culture has led him to many diverse worlds, including J Prince's Rap-A-Lot Records imprint. It's also spurred a slew of eager Houston musicians to go for one of the rarest achievements in a budding career: landing the famed Drake stimulus package, which helped artists like Migos, Blocboy JB, and others break onto the national scene.

Mosa, who has over 17,500 monthly Spotify listens and a remix of his hit "Clementine" with Kaash Paige, recently got up with Drake and made a simple wager. Mosa would get his long-awaited feature if Drizzy couldn't beat him in a pop-a-shot competition.

Drake, of however, made sure his jumper wasn't only for his OVO Rec league, knocking down a slew of shots, much to Mosa's delight.

On April 5, Mosa captioned a video highlighting Drake's shooting adventures, "@champagnepapi said if I win I can have that feature," Mosa stated. "That kid turned to Steph Curry and said, 'He's a terrific shooter.'"

For almost a year, Mosa has been aching for a collaboration with the 6 God. In March 2021, the emerging rapper tweeted a snapshot of himself with Drake, which he then reshared in October 2021, wanting to be one of the few Houston musicians, aside from Travis Scott, to be blessed with an eight or sixteen bar verse.

Mosa commented, "I'm still waiting for the most anticipated collab since bread and butter @champagnepapi." "One day, I'll be able to afford that!"

Mosa may not have had his best night in terms of basketball versus Drake, but one renowned hooper believes Drizzy should never try him again. Kyle Lowry, an NBA champion and former Toronto Raptor, told Complex how he reminded Drizzy why he was an all-time Raptor great and NBA point guard during a 1-on-1 game between the two.

Lowry answered, "Yeah, I beat his ass." "There's no way. Please, Drake, don't try me again. You have to appreciate it as a competitor. He doesn't want the smoke, though.

"However, he's improved. He's come a long way, man. I believe he is concentrating on his jump shot and his handling. I believe he's improved much since the first time I saw him until now."


Source: hiphopdx.com 

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