Drake Brought Out Kanye During His Chicago Performance

Yeezy and Drizzy take Chicago!

Drake was killing it during the Thursday night of his Chicago stop of his Summer Sixteen Tour, at Union Center, but he had a lot more surprises up his sleeve than just that. In fact, he brought a little house-warming gift to give to the city and on to the stage, Mr. Kanye West himself.

The crowd went wild as their hip hop native stormed onto the set and performed Drake’s single “Pop Style” that West features on. This is the track comes off of the Champagne Papi’s new chart topping album,  VIEWS.  The center was lit as West executed his track “Father Stretch My Hands Part. II.” He also sang a few other songs off of his hit album Life of Pablo, and was a showstopper for the night. And as reported by Hypetrak, he even sang an abridged version of his infamous single “Famous,” after giving a quick pep talk and thank you to his wife for releasing the telephone recording between him and Taylor Swift, giving him permission to use the controversial lyrics in his song. “All I gotta say is I’m so glad my wife has Snapchat… Now y’all can know the truth and can’t nobody talk shit about Ye no more,” says the G.O.O.D Music founder.


Then he jumped right into “Famous” forcefully, and just like the media, music, fashion, hip hop mogul, and social influencer that he is, his people shouted the, “I made that b*ch famous” line that caused such havoc. SAVAGE.

Drake definitely gave the performance of the summer! And, now he is on the way to The Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan next and will continue touring the country until October 16th!

You can see some videos and tweets below of the event unfolding:

 Further References: Hypetrak, Complex, Consequence of Sound


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