Drake To Curate Music For ESPN’s Monday Night Football
Drake gets back to the little screen… kind of.
In the wake of uncovering the delivery date of his eagerly awaited Certified Lover Boy collection on Sportscenter, ESPN is set to team up with the rapper, who will be curating music for the organization’s Monday Night Football match-ups. ESPN shared the news on Twitter recently, expressing that Drake will pick music “that mirrors the energy, power and storylines” of select Monday Night Football match-ups.
ESPN reports Monday Night Football music collab with grant winning craftsman @Drake
Collaborating all through the 2021-22 @ESPNNFL season to pick tracks that mirror the energy, power and storylines of select #MNF game matchups
ESPN announces Monday Night Football music collab with award-winning artist @Drake
Partnering throughout the 2021-22 @ESPNNFL season to choose tracks that reflect the energy, intensity & storylines of select #MNF game matchups
A portion of the tracks will incorporate Drake’s latest deliveries, a couple of his works of art, just as music from specialists of his decision. “Presently we are here… the opening shot of the football season. Also, who better to minister music for Monday Night Football than Drake who sits immovably at the convergence of music and sports,” said ESPN’s Vice President of Sports Marketing, Emeka Ofodile. “We were unable to be more invigorated for this impending coordinated effort. The music guardian job has been a success with our fans with Diplo and DJ Khaled in earlier years… .and this season, we will be living inside the second with Drake as our NFL on ESPN soundtrack.”
Drake is known for being associated with sports, as he is a colossal games buff and the worldwide represetative of his old neighborhood’s NBA group, the Toronto Raptors.