Last night, at the final Yeezus tour stop in Toronto, Drake joined Kanye West onstage to perform their 2009 collaboration “Forever” (for the first time) and Nothing Was The Same single “All Me.” This came a night after the two partied at The Hoxton, performing “Headlines” and “Worst Behavior” and swinging from the rafters. Watch YouTube from last night’s show, and an Instagram video from Sunday night, below.
(Drake comes in at 1:45)
At that Hoxton afterparty, ’Ye reportedly called Drake “the rap God” and in the new Vibe, Drake says Kanye is his only competition. They’re both up for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song at next month’s Grammys.
In other Drake news, on 1/11 the Toronto Raptors will celebrate their new Global Ambassador with Drake Night, featuring limited edition t-shirts and a halftime performance from October’s Very Own DJ Future The Prince.
And in other Kanye news, the Ponderosa Twins Plus One’s Ricky Spicer is suing the rapper and his label for sampling his voice without permission on “Bound 2.”
See where Nothing Was The Same and Yeezus landed in our 50 Best Albums Of 2013 here.