Republic RecordsIt was a Young Money Entertainment reunion Tuesday night in Miami as Lil Wayne and DJ Khaled joined Drake onstage in Miami.
As reported by Billboard, at the show, Drizzy expressed his gratitude for Wayne launching his recording career. He told the crowd, “Miami, make some mother***ing noise for my brother: the reason any of this s**t is possible and the greatest rapper of all time. He goes by the name of Lil Wayne.”
Weezy performed his 2009 hit, “We Be Steady Mobbin,” followed by “Uproar” from his latest album, Tha Carter V.
Khaled and Drake collaborated on “I’m The One,” and the Toronto rapper also performed “Mia” live for the first time as Bad Bunny joined him on stage.
Drake’s Aubrey and the Three Migos tour wraps up this weekend with three shows in Atlanta.
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