Drake Cancels Grammy Nominations Concert Performance
Drake says a "scheduling conflict" is causing him to miss the Grammy Nominations Concert.
Drake has cancelled his performance at this year's Grammy Nominations Concert in Los Angeles, California, according to tmz.com.
Drake reportedly made the cancelation due to a "scheduling conflict."
The Grammy Nominations Concert was promoted since October, according to tmz.com.
"Unfortunately, due to scheduling complications, Drake will no longer be performing," a representative for Drake said to tmz.com. "[He's] currently in the middle of his nationwide 'Would You Like A Tour?' and sincerely apologizes to his fans that he can’t be there."
Drake is slated to perform as part of the tour in Missouri on December 7.
The Grammy Nominations Concert is set to include appearances and performances by Lorde, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, as per tmz.com.
Drake's "Would You Like A Tour?" is a concert run in support of his most recent project, Nothing Was The Same.
In October, Drake spoke about his music and the perceptions that exist of his work.
“'I'm so sick of people saying that I'm lonely and emotional, and associating me with this longing for a woman," Drake said on Q. "I hate that. It bothers me so much…cause I do make music that makes you feel something but I'm actually not that guy in real life. I'm a happy person."