All the details on Drake’s ‘priceless’ custom ‘Crown Jewel of Toronto’ chain

Call it a towering achievement.

Drake paid tribute to his hometown of Toronto with a custom diamond chain featuring sparkling depictions of the Canadian city’s iconic CN Tower, along with the logos of its sports teams: the Raptors, the Maple Leafs and the Blue Jays.

Dubbed the “Crown Jewel of Toronto,” the mammoth pendant — seen on the rapper in his new music video for “8am in Charlotte” — is the work of jeweler Alex Moss, who tells Page Six Style it was a long time in the making.

“About a year ago we started thinking of the design and coming up with the idea,” Moss says, adding that it took “a couple of months” to create.

The cost of the chain, which incorporates yellow, blue and colorless diamonds along with Burmese rubies? “Priceless,” per Moss.

Drake’s dazzling diamond pendant includes tributes to Toronto sports teams.
The Toronto Blue Jays are represented, as are the Raptors.
The Maple Leafs-shaped clasp includes a key.

The “Hotline Bling” singer showed off the blinged-out bauble on his Instagram Story, writing, “A project with my brother for ending it in the 6 and dropping on the 6th in the 6…we call it the crown jewel @alexmoss any team that wins a chip we bring this straight to you for the whole off season.”

Moss has also crafted custom pieces for stars like Tyler, The Creator, Jack Harlow and Justin and Hailey Bieber.

Drake’s flashy pendant is the latest addition to his mind-boggling jewelry collection, with the rapper showing off numerous pricey pieces over the years.

Drake isn’t one to shy away from a flashy bauble.
He even commissioned a chain made from 42 diamonds he considered using for engagement rings over the years.

From the owl-shaped diamond ring to honor his son, Adonis, to the 100-carat owl pendant with its own birdcage, Drake — whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham — has amassed an impressive array of jewels over the years.

He even owns a necklace valued at $12.5 million called “Previous Engagements,” which was designed with 42 diamonds from “all the times he thought about” popping the question “but never did,” per Alex Moss’ Instagram post.

If nothing else, it’d appear his relationship with bling is still going strong.