Earlier in the day, Drake gave us new music with his remix for Summer Walker's "Girls Need Love". However, the release of the song has sparked speculation among fans that the Canadian sensation has created a new record company. Fans noticed that the new song did not mention Cash Money or Young Money as a streaming service provider. Interscope and LVRN are listed, the labels under which Summer Walker was signed, but there was another label, Frozen Moments, which, according to fans, could be the rapper's new label.

A KTT user has issued receipts that seem to indicate that Drake has launched a new label called Frozen Moments LLC. The first piece of evidence comes from a quick Google search on Drake's name. The label indicating Frozen Moments was approved for publication on February 13, two days before. So far away tap the streaming services. Frozen Moments LLC covers "audio equipment, namely, personal stereos, speakers, speaker boxes, amplifiers, stereo tuners, equalizers, sound filters, limiters and compressors for audio processing, computers and portable media players; "according to the site of the brand.

In addition, Drake had previously mentioned Frozen Moments LLC in 2006, a few years before it became the Drake we know today. The rapper used the company when he was trying to shop his mixtape, Margin of improvement around before he had an agreement. The label has been described as a "sports and entertainment" group based in Philadelphia.

While Drake has not yet confirmed the news, he mentioned that he was "Young Money My Alma Mater" on Instagram last night. It was mentioned in July that the rapper was currently a free agent and had a "new record" in his sleeve for signing his next contract. I guess it'll take a while before we find out what Drake has in his arms.