Canadian rapper Peter Jackson drops new Toronto Raptors song for the NBA Finals

May 29 2019, 8:48 pm

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Get hyped, Toronto.

The Toronto Raptors just got a brand new anthem for their first time in the NBA Finals.

Canadian Rapper, ‘Canadian Boy’ Peter Jackson just dropped a new track on his Youtube channel titled Toronto Raptors 2019 NBA Finals Anthem.

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The official release of the record is set for Thursday, May 30 at noon ET on all major platforms.

Jackson took to Twitter to announce that 100% of profits from the track will be donated to the MLSE Foundation. The MLSE Foundation is a charity that “supports the refurbishment of local athletic facilities and funds charities that support kids through sports and recreational programs.”

Listen to the track here:

Jackson also spent five weeks on the Billboard charts with his “We the North” playoff anthem during the Toronto Raptors’ 2015-16 playoff run.

The record peaked at No. 3 on the top 100 in Canada behind fellow Canadians, Raptors super fan Drake, and Justin Bieber.

Jackson recently wrapped up a 23-city tour as the supporting act for international recording artist Fetty Wap, and is now preparing to embark on his first US and European tours.

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