Drake kicked off his "Would You Like a Tour?" tour yesterday (October 18) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. During his set, the rapper was joined by guests Jhene Aiko and Wiz Khalifa, according to Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
Drake's set, reportedly 100-minutes long, is said to have included "Hold On, We're Going Home," "Tuscan Leather," "Headlines," "Crew Love" and "HYFR." Drake was also reportedly joined during his set by Jhene Aiko, who performed "Come Thru" and "From Time" with Drake.
Wiz Khalifa also reportedly joined Drake during his set, performing a hometown anthem, "Black & Yellow," for the Pittsburgh crowd.
"I know that we've shared moments before," Drake reportedly said to the crowd. "I got a lot of love for you, Pittsburgh."
Future Opened On Drake Tour Despite Rumors Of Being Dropped
Despite rumors that he was dropped from the tour, Future opened as expected. Future also joined Drake on stage for "Same Damn Time," as per the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
"I try my best to stay away from the bullshit," Drake said, according to MTV. "I got my brother here with me, and together we are the future."
Future was reportedly dropped from the tour after allegedly criticizing Drake's Nothing Was The Same album.
“Drake made an album that is full of hits, but it doesn’t grab you," Future reportedly said to billboard.com. "They’re not possessive. They don’t make you feel the way I do. I want to make you want to fall in love.”
Future later said he was misquoted by the publication.
Nevertheless, it was reported that Drake became upset with Future and that the singer was being dropped from the tour.
“[Drake] told his agent either Future gets fired, or he’ll fire him,” a source said, according to The New York Post.
Drake and Future later confirmed that Future would remain an opening act on this tour.
Other openers Miguel and PARTYNEXTDOOR also performed in the tour opener.
Appearances from Wiz Khalifa and Jhene Aiko can be viewed below via Word On Road.