Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne performed their Young Money reunion show in Toronto last night (August 6), performing a litany of their respective hits for approximately 16,000 fans.
Announced less than a month ago, the show rounded out a trilogy of shows Drake hosted for his ‘October World Weekend’, a concert series that the rapper said precedes the worldwide expansion of his music festival, OVO Fest. It was initially scheduled to go down on Monday (August 1), but was pushed back five days after Drake tested positive for COVID-19.
The show itself started later than scheduled. When it did begin, a message on the screens flaking the stage read: “Unfortunately, Lil Wayne had some troubles at the border. Luckily, Drake runs the border.”
At one point in the show, Drake gave a heartfelt shoutout to both of his colleagues: “I’m standing onstage with the greatest rapper of all time,” he said, pointing to Lil Wayne. “And I’m standing onstage with the other greatest rapper of all time, she’s over there with the pink hair. By the way, like, are these bitches serious? Like, nobody can fuck with Nicki… [She’s] like the originator – it starts here, ends here, all that shit.”
Towards the end of the show, too, Lil Wayne formally announced that his forthcoming 15th studio album would be ‘Tha Carter VI’, sharing its logo on the main screen behind the stage. A release date for that is yet to be confirmed, however.