Drake to Collaborate With ESPN on Monday Night Football Music

Just a couple of weeks after Drake cryptically revealed the release date of his new “Certified Lover Boy” album on ESPN’s flagship program “SportsCenter,” the network has announced that it will work with the superstar rapper throughout the entire NFL season to curate music for select Monday Night Football games.

According to the announcement, ESPN has collaborated with Drake to choose music that “encapsulates both the energy and mood” of the games. The music will be a combination of Drake’s most recent releases, potentially some classics, as well as new music from other artists he identifies; all of which will run in Monday Night Football promotional spots, live telecasts

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