Drake and popular outdoors wear company Timberland might have a collaboration in the works.

Yesterday (Nov. 4), Aubrey posted a photo to his Instagram page displaying a handful of shoes, including a few pair of Jordans. But the footwear that stood out the most was a pair of wheat Timberland boots with the OVO emblem on the tongue. Drizzy left the post ambiguous, only putting up the photo without a caption, making it unclear if this is a collab that will be released to the masses or some personal swag he received from the company.

This would be just another venture into the shoe world for the Canadian rap star. He has a storied relationship with the Jordan brand, which he famously rapped about on the Future duet, "Jumpman" off their joint album, What a Time to be Alive. He has also linked up with the Clarks brand in the past.

On the music tip, Drake appears to have a bunch of songs waiting in the wing. A couple weeks back, a snippet of a new Drizzy and Quavo record surfaced. In the video posted to Instagram, the unreleased record plays in an undisclosed venue. Both vocals from Quavo and Drizzy can be heard over a trap-heavy instrumental.

There is also reports floating around that Drake and Trippie Redd have a finished record. A month ago, a new song from the More Life rapper leaked online after apparently being played in the New York Giants' locker room.

Check out Drizzy's pair of OVO wheat Timbs below.

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