Drizzy has not given up on his basketball skills. The "One Dance" singer is seemingly tired of just sitting courtside and is now a successful contestant in the #OneAndDoneChallenge.

The possible soon-to-be viral challenge asks competitors to upload a video of themselves shooting a basketball toward the hoop the same way a quarterback would with a football. After that, you have to drain a half court shot...laying on your back. It may sound hard to some, but Drake makes it look pretty easy in a video uploaded by basketball skills coach/rapper, who goes by Dribble2Much on Instagram. 

You can see the Toronto native rocking an OVO jersey the whole time he casually makes the buckets. Dribble2Much's new song, "One and Done" is the song that's playing in the background and the track that has to be played in every video.

A new report from TMZ says Drake has called on The Raptor's Kyle Lowry and Demar Derozan to take on the #OneAndDoneChallenge next. As we're writing this we have not seen their video follow-up, but only time will tell if they take part. 

Aside from Drake dabbling in his athletic abilities, we may be hearing some new tunes from him and Migos creative, Quavo. As we reported last week, a snippet of a collab between the duo surfaced online. It's unsure where the track is supposed to land, whether it be on of their projects, or just a soon to drop single. 

In the clip provided, the track brings some heat with Drake singing, "they say holy when they see the chain, it's nota cross/ Put an owl on it, you can't let 'em take it off." Quavo comes in after rapping about his ratatouille chain, the quality of the track makes things a little unclear, but overall the sounds are promising, leaving us eager to hear more.