Drake Reunites W/ Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne For ‘Young Money Reunion’ Concert At His OVO Fest In Toronto

Drake, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne

Drake Reunites W/ Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne For ‘Young Money Reunion’ Concert At His OVO Fest In Toronto

Drake finally reunited on stage with his former Young Money label mates, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, for the first time in 8 years.

The highly anticipated performance, which Drake simply dubbed the “Young Money Reunion,” brought the trio back together to sing their individual and collective hits. The reunion was a big piece of Drakes OVO Fest, his three-day festival in his hometown, Toronto, ON Canada.

As previously reported, the reunion concert was initially planned for August 1, however, things were postponed due to Drake testing positive for COVID the weekend of the performance. After a negative test, the Canadian rapper quickly rescheduled the event to last night (August 7) at Budweiser Stage.

The highly-anticipated concert began with a message on-screen reading “Unfortunately, Lil Wayne had issues at the border.” Shortly after, more text appeared, reading:

“Luckily, Drake runs the border.”

Lil Wayne then popped out on stage and ran through his greatest hits, including “Blunt Blowing,” “Mrs. Officer,” “A Milli” and “Loyal.”

After Wayne left the stage, Nicki Minaj took to the stage and delivered her greatest hits to a screaming crowd.

Nicki Minaj rapped songs like “Beez In The Trap,” “Chun-Li,” and brought out Jamaican artist Skillibeng to perform their song “Crocodile Teeth.” She also gave the audience a sneak peek performance of her new single “Super Freaky Girl.”

Nicki ended with a rendition of her big hit, “Super Bass.”

Drake then did his own set, where he performed a few of his hits and music from his latest album “Honestly, Nevermind.”

He also revisited hits like “Calling My Name” and “Marvin’s Room” before closing with “Sticky” and “Too Sexy.”

Birdman and Manny Fresh then did a surprise set as Big Tymer$, the duo they were known as in the late 90s and early 2000s.

Shortly after, Drake brought out Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, and other members of the Young Money camp to perform the hits they have with each other, including “Bedrock,” “Only,” and “Moment For Life.”

Drake then took time to give his flowers to Lil Wayne, crediting him for “changing his life” and calling him “the most important man” to him and all those on stage.

He also called himself Wayne’s “son” and credited him for his major success.

Drake also called Lil Wayne the “greatest rapper of all time,” before pointing at Nicki Minaj and referring to her as “the other greatest rapper of all time.”

He then gave Nicki Minaj more flowers, asking “are these b***hes serious?” before saying “nobody can f**k with Nicki.”

“That’s like, the originator. It starts here, ends here, all that s**t.”

The show ended on a high note when Lil Wayne announced that “Tha Carter VI,” the 6th album installment in his “Tha Carter” series, would be coming soon.

What did you think of the Young Money Reunion? Let us know in the comments!

Authored by: Sunny Morgan