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Drake via his social media has announced that he’ll be partnering with Caffeine to bring the Ultimate Rap League to streaming. The move is the first in a new multiyear partnership between Caffeine and Drake to bring the URL, the world’s largest Battle Rap platform closer to mainstream.

“Excited to announce this major step forward!! I managed to get @urltv and @caffeine linked up with the objective of making battle rap easier to access in you home or on your mobile device and it’s FREE to watch battles once you sign up,” Drake tweeted. “Greatness Simplified.

Smack White, the co-founder of URL, called Caffeine “the perfect strategic partner” to make its content more readily available to more audiences than ever before. “We are proud to partner with Drake and support him as he brings his vision and channel to life,” added Caffeine CEO and founder Ben Keighran. “As a platform, Caffeine gives Drake the freedom to pursue new creative ideas and we are excited about the whole slate of fresh content that he will share with his communities. It will all be live, authentic, and amazing and I can’t wait for fans to come check it out.”

Drake is the latest high profile star to partner with the low-latency streaming platform, joining the likes of Offset, Doja Cat, Kyle Kuzma, and JuJu Smith-Schuster, who have all started streaming on the platform.

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