“F*ck Meek Mill” chants is what greeted Drake last night as he took the stage for his 6th annual OVO Fest. From there the people watching could tell they would in they would be in for quite the show.

Drake jumped straight into his set and started off with “Charged Up,” which was the first diss track he aimed at Meek Mill during their beef. Next was “Back To Back” and to add insult to injury during the whole song Meme’s of Meek Mill displayed across the huge OVO Fest screen through the entire song. Drake was only two songs and seemingly already had the fans eating out of his hands during the show.

Drake is something like an icon in Toronto and this show helps prove it. Over the span of two days he brings some of the biggest names in music to his city for a show that is nothing short of immaculate. Most of the guests that he brings on are headliners of their own tours but while in Toronto they are simply the peers of Drizzy.

Kanye West, PartyNextDoor, Pharrell, Skepta, Future and Travis $cott are all artists whom he brought out last night to the delight of all in attendance.

Future and Skepta both made quick cameos before clearing the stage for Kanye West.

Kanye did a string of hits that included “Black Skinhead, “All Day,” “Stronger,” before bringing out Travis $cott out to do a track. Then he was able to bring out Drake to perform their verses from Big Sean’s hit single “Blessings.”

Pharrell wasn’t someone people expected to come during the show but he received the same amount of love nonetheless as he ran through hits such as “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” “Like I Love You,” and he even performed last years chart topper “Happy.”

Protege PartyNextDoor was the person who kicked off the show and did a lot of tracks from his growing catalog to the enjoyment of the Toronto crowd. He did tracks such as “Wus Good/Curious,” “Sex On The Beach,” and “Slow It Down.” He kept the crowd engaged and put on a great show for the fans to open it all up.

Drake told Toronto how much he loved them and did a final three tracks that ended with him doing “Legend,” which came from his last Mixtape.

I should also note Drake indeed does have a third diss track for Meek Mill entitled “3 Peat.” During the show Drake said “He ain’t ready for the 3 Peat. He don’t want that 3 Peat.”

If you want to see some of the memes that were on the screen as Drake performed there a few below. Enjoy and let us know what you thought of Drake’s show.

About The Author J. Davis

20. Michigan State University Junior.

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