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The Toronto MC sang some lines of the song when he brought his 'Would You Like a Tour?' tour to Brussels over the weekend.
The video shows the Compton rapper partying with the Canadian MC and a lot of ladies at a Malibu house while his girlfriend is desperately trying to reach him by the phone.
West, who's already in Europe for Paris Fashion Week, hits the stage at Berlin's O2 World to perform 'Black Skinhead' with Drizzy.
The two singers, who dated in the past, cozy up to each other as they sing their collaboration hit taken from Drake's 2011 album of the same title.
The rap duo consisting of Big Boi and Andre 3000 will headline the first night on August 3, while Drizzy will headline the second show on the following day.
During a 20-minute rant at his New Jersey show, the 'Bound 2' rapper says that the magazine is trying to create a rift between him and the Toronto MC.
In a lengthy post, the rapper said he did not mean to offend anyone with his comment on the magazine's decision to switch covers last minute.
'I'm disgusted with that. RIP to Phillip Seymour Hoffman. All respect due. But the press is evil,' Drake says in a Twitter post which is no longer available.
The Toronto MC thinks that the apology text, which Macklemore sent after beating Lamar in Best Rap Album category, is unnecessary.
The rapper who's at the club with French Montana previews two tracks, one of which is reportedly titled 'Talk Is Cheap' and features the vocals of Aaliyah.
Mike Will Made It, who executive produces the album, reveals in an interview that Future has also collaborated with Pharrell Williams and Pusha T.
The musicians will headline the three-day festival which will take place in London's Finsbury Park and Birmingham's Perry Park on July 4-6.
Kate McKinnon impersonates Bieber to poke fun at his egg-throwing case, while Drake revisits his bar mitzvah in the January 18 outing where Zamata makes her debut appearance.
The Canadian rapper also shows his acting chops, while Moynihan and Jay Pharoah try to convince Drake that they 'mix beats' in 'SNL' control room.
A contributor for Noisey reports that the Toronto MC and the Harlem native shot the music video for 'Wu-Tang Forever (Remix)' on a Harlem rooftop.