Justin Bieber had a show in Toronto for his Believe Tour. Justin brought out Drake as a speacial guest to perform they track together “Right Here” for the first time on stage and “The Motto”. Watch the video below.
Drake performed at the Wireless Festival in London today. We posted his performances with The Weeknd and Nicki Minaj already HERE, but here’s some more footage from the rest of his set. The videos below include “Headlines, Round of Applause, No Lie, Over My Dead Body” and more. Enjoy!
Drake spoke to Sway from MTV news about his performance in Houston. If you weren’t there, Drake had an incredible show (which is always). Watch the video below to see what Drake had to say about his performance of Stay Schemin’ in Houston.
Drake performed in Manchester last night and alongside him was Rita Ora as his opening act. Check out the photos after the jump.
Photos via GigWise
Drake performed in Nashville, Tennessee. Check out all the footage and photos on the event after the jump.
Photos via Tennessean
“Cleveland . . . I’m up early on my egg whites and OJ [expletive]. So ready for tonight,” Drake tweeted shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday.
Early? Actually, this Canadian hip-hop superstar was running several months behind schedule.
He was booked for the Ohio Homecoming Concert in July at the Port of Cleveland, but his appearance was called off at the last minute because of stormy weather.
Better late than never, Drake headlined a makeup date Saturday night at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center.
Drake, alias Drizzy, was born Aubrey Drake Graham in Toronto. Before a chart-topping music career beckoned, he was a television star on the teen-drama series “Degrassi: The Next Generation.”
He’s still a natural showman.
Drake, 25, took the stage incognito. With a bandana masking his face, he spray-painted OVOXO on a partition. One possible translation: October’s Very Own Hugs and Kisses. (October’s Very Own is another name under which Drake does business.)
“Last name ever / First name greatest,” he rapped during “Forever,” an early highlight. Clearly, modesty wasn’t an issue.
“I’ve been waiting to come to Cleveland for so [expletive] long!” he told 5,000 fans. “I only ask one favor — just show me a good [expletive] time!”
Drake released his debut, “Thank Me Later,” last year, through his mentor Lil Wayne’s Young Money record label. It was among the best-selling albums of 2010, with 1.3 million copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The sequel, entitled “Take Care,” comes out Tuesday. In the fickle world of pop culture, it might be the most hotly anticipated follow-up since the latest “Twilight” film.
With an easy-flowing delivery that combined nimble rapping and smooth R&B crooning, Drake juxtaposed older hits such as “Best I Ever Had,” “Over” and “Fancy” with a handful of well-received selections from the upcoming album.
Several new tunes already have come out officially as singles or unofficially via the Internet, so concertgoers had no problem following along.
The ballad “Marvins Room” made for an interesting change of pace, as Drake “drunk dialed” an ex-girlfriend and spilled his guts against a backdrop of moody synthesizers.
The price of fame was a recurring theme, although Drake seemed entirely comfortable in the spotlight. When he wasn’t punching the air for emphasis, dancing along the edge of the stage or conducting his band, he paused to admire the outfits, tattoos and posters of various audience members.
Toward the end of the 80-minute performance, Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly made a scene-stealing, crowd-surfing cameo.
Drizzy and MGK were arm in arm for the finale, a high-octane rendition of “Headlines.”
See, kids? It pays to eat a good breakfast.
Crowd-warming duties were handled by several other Northeast Ohio talents, including Stalley, a rapidly up-and-coming MC from Massillon who just landed a record deal with Warner Bros.
No surprise there. Stalley (real name: Kyle Myricks) commanded our attention via a set of enlightened flows with a decidedly Midwestern flavor.
source: John Soeder, The Plain Dealer
Drake performed last night at Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest and we got the pictures from that even at Drake Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest. We also got some footage of Drake doing his thing on stage performing tracks from his Thank Me Later album. He also added newly released track Paris Morton Music. Videos after the jump.
We got a new video of Aubrey Drake Graham “Drake” doing his thing on the first day of America’s Most Wanted Tour. More coming soon! Don’t forget to subscribe to our DrizzyDrake.org Youtube Channel for the latest video releases on Drake.