Drake and Migos Atlanta show included a cameo from the trap god himself.
Drake and Migos' Aubrey And The Three Migos tour finally came to an end last night after performing their third show in Atlanta. Both Migos and Drake have brought out some special guests during their tour, but Drizzy's created moments with some of the artists he's brought out. He formally squashed his beef with both Meek Mill and Chris Brown, brought Travis Scott out on numerous occasions following the release of Astroworld, and last week, he brought out his mentor, Lil Wayne in Miami. While the last three shows on the tour took place in Atlanta, Drake brought out one of the originators of trap music on stage to perform a classic record.
Drake brought out Gucci Mane during the second of three shows in Atlanta this weekend as part of the final dates of the Aubrey And The Three Migos tour. The Canadian emcee brought out big GuWop to perform his 2009 classic, "I Think I Love Her." During the first night of the Atlanta dates, Drake brought out Lil Baby and 21 Savage out on stage.
Now that the tour is done, it looks like we could expect the Toronto rapper to start working on a new project. During his show in Edmonton last week, the rapper revealed that he plans on getting back into the studio to start working on his new album.
"Six shows left. So, I guess most people would go on a vacation, or I don't know what they do... But I'mma tell you what I'm gonna do," he said during his Edmonton concert. "Because I keep having nights like this that remind me why I love my job so much, I promise you that as soon as this tour is over—and maybe I'll take, like, a little break—I'mma get right to work on a new album, so we can be right here in Edmonton and have a new party."