The Moroccan-born spitter surprised fans when he brought out his fellow rapper during his show at Rebel nightclub in Toronto over the weekend.
It looks like Drake is an ultimate show crasher. Fresh off his surprise appearance at fellow Canadian singer The Weeknd's show in Toronto a week ago, the 30-year-old rapper showed up at French Montana's gig on Saturday, June 3. He successfully made the concertgoers go wild as he walked onstage to perform chart-topping track "Gyalchester" from his latest effort "More Life".
Montana surely knew how to live up a show as he sent fans at Rebel nightclub into frenzy by performing his collaborative tracks with Drake, "Pop That" and "No Shopping". During his performance of "Pop That", the hometown hero, Drake, walked casually on the stage. The "Hotline Bling" hitmaker then got swag as he danced on the stage while Montana performed "Unforgettable", before returning the favor by performing "Gyalchester".
Since releasing star-studded mixtape "MC4" last year, Montana has released several songs, including Migos and Chris Brown-assisted track "Hold Up", "Can't Feel My Face" featuring P. Diddy and "Unforgettable" featuring Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd. A few weeks ago, Montana went on trip to Kampala, Uganda to make a video for "Unforgettable" and returned to the U.S. to initiate a campaign named after the song.
The money raised from the campaign will provide maternity supplies, premature incubators, beds, cribs, blood bank and more at Suubi Health Center in Uganda. "I feel like sometimes God puts you in a platform where you're supposed to help other people. That touched my heart when I went out there. I wanted to help as soon as possible," the rapper previously shared.