It has been quite the eventful last week for Drake. The rapper teased his Certified Lover Boy album on SportsCenter before its release last Friday, and now he has himself an official collaboration with ESPN for Monday Night Football.

ESPN announced the news on Tuesday afternoon in a press release. Drake will work with ESPN throughout the 2021 NFL season to curate music for Monday Night Football. Some of the music he chooses will be his own, but he’ll also get to highlight other artists of his choosing. This music “will run in Monday Night Football promotional spots, live telecasts and pre-game shows for ten games this season, starting this week.”

Here’s a statement from an ESPN exec on the Drake collaboration:

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“Now we are here…the kickoff of the football season. And who better to curate music for Monday Night Football than Drake who sits firmly at the intersection of music and sports. We couldn’t be more excited for this upcoming collaboration,” said Emeka Ofodile, Vice President of Sports Marketing, ESPN. “The music curator role has been a big hit with our fans with Diplo and DJ Khaled in previous years….and this season, we will be living inside the moment with Drake as our NFL on ESPN soundtrack.”

Drake’s Certified Lover Boy has been a massive hit, so it’s no surprise the NFL is trying to capitalize on that popularity. While Drake has been known more more his NBA fandom as a Toronto Raptors ambassador, he’ll gladly spread the the sports love around.

We’ll see what Drake has in store for Monday Night Football.