Jay-Z's had some pretty big moments through his most recent "4:44" tour. The rapper's taken his most recent project and brought it to life while serving his fans a good dose of some of his classic hits. He's also taken the moment during the tour to respond to things that have been weighing on his chest. Some of them lighthearted (i.e. Lebron James' "King Of New York" comments) while others more important societal topics (i.e. NFL Protests). Either way, the rapper has used his stage show to not only put on a performance but to provide some highlighted moments. Most recently, the rapper touched down in Drake's hometown of Toronto where he did his own rendition a More Life stand-out.

Jay-Z recently hit Toronto on his "4:44" tour stop. While Drake's been in Australia on his own tour, he didn't get the chance to bring him out. However, Jay did take a moment during his set to play Drake's "KMT" off of More Life where he spat a few bars over the Drizzy's verse. The footage captured isn't the best but you get the sense of how Jay's rides the beat in comparison to Drake. After he gets in his bars, he lets the beat ride for a second before vibing out with the crowd to Giggs verse, Batman line and all. 

It's definitely been a good run for Jay on the 4:44 tour. There were initially reports saying that he was having trouble selling tickets to his show due to the high price. However, it was later revealed that Jay's 4:44 tour would be his highest-grossing solo tour to date. Rightfully so, his latest album is arguably one of the best and honest pieces of work we've received from him over the past several years. 

In other Jay-Z news, the rapper is gearing up to get a major acknowledgement in the coming months. Jay's musical and philanthropic efforts over the years will garner him the "Grammy Salute To Industry Icons Award."