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Drake’s holding his prediction for Summer Sixteen being on lock with a firm grip. After kicking off his tour with a bang and special guests like Kanye West appearing on his stops along the way, Drizzy kicked it up a notch on the first day of his seventh annual OVO fest in his hometown of Toronto by bringing out no one other than Rihanna.

At the packed out show at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre, the crowd went wild as Rih appeared on stage with the OVO head honcho to perform their Views collab, “Too Good.” Rihanna also blessed fans by performing her own hits “Work” and “Needed Me.” She got so hype she temporarily lost her composure, and as Drake said “that’s how you know it’s real,” before the two musicians dished out praise for one another as they closed out the show.

Not stopping short of driving fans mad, Drake didn’t stop there. Drizzy also brought out What A Time To Be Alive collaborator Future, who performed his own Views single “Grammy” plus “March Madness” and a slew of other joints in what can only be described as a galvanizing moment. The OVO Fest concludes with its second night tonight [August 1] with headliners Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg, who are on their cross-country “High Road” tour. The Summer Sixteen tour meanwhile stops in New York next with a trio of dates that flow into next weekend.


Although Drake is killing it on the concert scene, he also is making sure to let artists know that he isn’t playing games as he called out “Controlla” imitators one night and then trolled fans by suggesting he should invite Joe Budden on-stage with him next. Check out a series of clips from the concert event below.