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According to Page Six, the rapper and the pop sensation will start working together in the studio soon.
The singer, who's currently curating the soundtrack for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1', is also expected to work on the follow-up to her 'Pure Heroine' album.
Drake, whose 'Hold On (We're Going Home)' wins over Eminem's 'Berzerk' and Kanye West's 'Black Skinhead', wasn't there to collect his Moonman.
In addition to providing a song for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1', the 'Royals' singer will hand-pick the artists for the soundtrack album.
The family visited the tourist attraction while in Canada and the singer's father took the opportunity to propose to her mother.
Other performers at the event include Imagine Dragons, who performs their 'Demons' and 'Radioactive', and big winner Hedley who kicks off the show with 'Crazy for You'.
The Australian raptress says that she didn't mean to diss the New Zealand singer when she called the Nirvana tribute 'inappropriate' in a recent interview with Billboard.
The Australia-born star says that the tribute performance at last April's Rock Hall of Fame induction ceremony should feature Kurt Cobain's peers instead of Lorde.
The new tour includes the New Zealand native's performances at Lollapalooza and Osheaga festivals in early August.
Lorde, who previously took home the Best New Artist award, wins the Top Rock Song for 'Royals' while Perry is named the Top Female Artist.
The 'Royals' hitmaker shares a photo of a man on her Twitter and publicly accuses him of stalking her, writing, 'I am scared of him.'
The rocker, who recently performed with Lorde during Nirvana's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, says that the New Zealand native makes music that his kids can listen to.
The New Zealand native has been ordered to return to her home country and take some rest so she can 'continue touring for the rest of the year.'
The New Zealand native finally meets former Kansas City Royals third baseman George Brett who served as inspiration behind the smashing hit.
Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic reunite onstage, teaming up with four female rockers, including Kim Gordon and St. Vincent, to sing songs by the rock band at the induction ceremony.