The 27-year-old Canadian singer surprises the crowd with a rendition of his smash hit 'The Hills' and gets the audience sing along to the Illangelo-produced pop song.
Drake and The Weeknd reunited once again. The rapper brought out the "Starboy" hitmaker during his "Boy Meets World Tour" stop in Oberhausen, Germany on Saturday night, February 25.
Performing under red lighting, The Weeknd surprised the crowd with a rendition of his smash hit "The Hills" off "Beauty Behind the Madness" and got the audience sing along to the Illangelo-produced pop song. The Weeknd and Drizzy even shared an embrace on the stage and called one another "the real starboy," before the 27-year-old singer bowed to his one-time mentor.
Drake and The Weeknd sharing a stage together again pic.twitter.com/4eO0BiW2qS— The6Track (@the6Track) February 25, 2017
The onstage reunion follows Drake's appearance in The Weeknd's star-studded clip for "Reminder", which also features French Montana, YG, Bryson Tiller and A$AP Rocky among others. The visuals was released to celebrate his 27th birthday earlier this month.
The Weeknd is gearing up to hit the road on "Starboy: Legends of the Fall Tour", which is set to kick off in April. The 27-date trek will hit Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and New York among other big cities, before wrapping up on June 9 in Cincinnati. Belly, 6LACK and Rae Sremmurd will be special guests on the tour.
Meanwhile, Drake has nine shows left on his tour. He has been previewing some music from his upcoming "More Life" playlist project throughout his European trek, which will finish on March 16 in Cologne.