In celebration of the Raptors' first NBA title, Toronto native Drake came through with a two-song pack aptly dubbed The Best in the World.

The release consisted of "Omertà" and the Rick Ross-assisted "Money in the Grave," neither of which mentions the Raptors' historic win over the Golden State Warriors. Drizzy did, however, provide a shoutout to LeBron James in the former track ("Bronny buyin' up Brentwood like he still in Akron") and reflected on his rise from hip-hop underdog to one of the biggest names in the game, which can be paralleled to Toronto's journey to earn their first title.

Now that we've had some time to listen and dissect the tracks, we've assembled a list of key takeaways, including everything from his flow to possible G.O.O.D. Music subs.