One of the joys of attending a concert in the general admission pit is the ability to absolutely lose your sh*t to the music blasting back at you from up on the stage. It’s a thrill that Drake experienced recently during Travis Scott’s recent tour stop in Portland. This morning, the Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight rapper shared a video over Twitter of the 6 God wilding out his song “Goosebumps” from out in the crowd.
Before that, Drizzy actually hopped on stage with Travis to bust out the first live airing of the song “Portland” in the song’s namesake city. He also ran through live renditions of “Gyalchester” off More Life and the If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late highlight “Know Yourself.”
Earlier this week, Drake made another public appearance during his buddy Future’s set at Coachella, where he also aired out “Gyalchester,” as well as their collaborative effort “Jumpman.” Though it only lasted a couple songs, it was a major improvement over his own headlining sets at the festival in 2015.
Of course, Drake can’t step out into the public space these days without some people having fun with his image.
Maybe Kendrick will put their rivalry to bed this weekend and bring Drake out to perform “Poetic Justice” during his second set at Coachella?