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Grammy Award-winning rapper and Toronto Raptors ambassador Drake is one of the most popular musicians on the planet, but right now, that means nothing — at least in the eyes of Milwaukee’s 103.7 Kiss FM.

The radio station announced on Twitter on Tuesday that they won’t play any of Drake’s music until the conclusion of the Eastern Conference finals series between the first-seeded Bucks and second-seeded Raptors. The Bucks won Game 1 108-100 on Wednesday in Milwaukee.

“We pledge, until the series is over, to take a break from Drake,” Riggs, one of the hosts on the station, said in the video.

Every other Milwaukee radio station, 105.7 The Fan FM, stuck wind of the motion and made up our minds to sign up for in.

“In a display of team spirit with our sister station @1037KISSFM, we can additionally no longer be enjoying any Drake track right through the Japanese Convention Finals #BreakFromDrake,” the station wrote on Twitter.

In an interview with Canada’s CBC Information, the Kiss FM workforce mentioned they normally play Drake as much as 4 or 5 occasions an hour. 

“We play numerous Drake,” Riggs mentioned. 

The Greenbacks lead the collection 1-Zero, but when it is going seven video games, that suggests no Drake till Would possibly 28. 

Practice USA TODAY Sports activities’ AJ Neuharth-Keusch on Twitter @tweetAJNK

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