Drake signs to Skepta's Boy Better Know label
One of the biggest global names in hip-hop has signed to UK independent label Boy Better Know.
Well, according to his Instagram anyway.
Last night Drake performed to a global audience at the Brit Awards with Rihanna.
But instead of hanging around for the after parties he went to a small venue in east London and made a surprise appearance with Section Boyz.
The Canadian rapper then put out this announcement on Instagram.
Around the same time BBK founder Skepta posted a picture on his own account.
It shows a man in a T-shirt featuring the Boy Better Know logo above the icon for Drake's own OVO Sound label.
Drake's love affair with Boy Better Know has been public knowledge for a while.
He brought Skepta out to perform Shutdown (which starts with a sample of Drake saying "truss mi daddy") at his headline set at Wireless Festival in 2015.
Drake's previously been pictured wearing a Boy Better Know T-shirt, and he thanked Skepta in the credits for his mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late.
Oh, and he has a BBK tattoo...
Drake and Skepta have previously appeared together on Wizkid's Ojuelegba remix.
Now that Drake's made the connection even more official than a tattoo (yes we know tattoos are pretty permanent) there could be more cross-Atlantic collaborations in the works for the Boy Better Know gang.
Who Are Boy Better Know?
If you know grime, you know BBK. If you know Drake - well you might have heard of some of their members.
Boy Better Know is an independent grime label founded in 2005 by brothers JME & Skepta. Until now their biggest name was Wiley - and his top selling records came out on a different label.
They often act more like a collective of artists than a label, performing gigs together under the label's name.
They have released music using the Boy Better Know moniker - Too Many Man was an underground hit, although it didn't get anywhere near the Top 40.
They don't even have a proper website, Twitter account or official Facebook page.
If they start putting out Drake records they might need to get one.