If you've ever been lucky enough to attend your favorite artist's show and have Drake come out as a surprise guest, then you know his effect on crowds is substantial.

2 Chainz performed at his Toronto stop on his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music Tour Sunday night (Sept. 4), and although he's still entertaining fans from a wheelchair, the "Good Drank" rapper let Drizzy come out as a surprise to bring some more energy to his hype set.

While Tity Boi performs his hit record, "No Lie," Drizzy made an appearance just in time for his famous hook on the track, sending the packed audience into a frenzy. The More Life hitmaker even stays on to perform his recent hit, "Both," which is originally with Gucci Mane, making sure to keep fans on their toes before sending the spotlight back over to Chainz. At the end, Drizzy even brought out his new OVO artist Baka Not Nice to perform his bubbling song "Live Up to My Name."

Even though 2 Chainz is recovering from his recent broken leg, he's still getting a lot of work done. After releasing his critically-acclaimed Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album, the Atlanta native is reportedly working on Eminem's new album after receiving a major co-sign from the Detroit veteran. He's also supposed to be getting in with Q-Tip, and we're still waiting for Tit's project with Statik Selektah.

It's also been a major year for Drizzy, as he not only set the Spotify streaming record with More Life earlier this year, but he also set a record for being on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for eight straight years.

See the footage of Drizzy joining Chainz on stage in Toronto below.

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