It was during the ESPN ESPY Awards, so the idiom is apt: ball's in your court, Macklemore.
Drake was host at the sports-themed honors, and performed a new song called "Honorable Mention," a nod to "the No. 2s" in sports and entertainment. Early in the soulful and comedic jam, a pic of a celebratory Macklemore flashed on the screen. "Real talent doesn't always win championships / like real music doesn't always win Grammys."
Drake was famously up against Macklemore & Ryan Lewis in rap categories at the 2014 Grammy Awards. The "Thrift Shop" performer took Best Rap Album, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance; later that night, after the ceremony, Macklemore texted Kendrick Lamar to tell him he felt Lamar was "robbed" of Best Rap Album, and then he Instagrammed his text. It was a move Drake told Rolling Stone "felt cheap."
Watch the video of the song below; another tune "Side Pieces" with Brian McKnight is also tacked on.