U.K. rapper Giggs got the ultimate cosign when he appeared on Drake's More Life track, "KMT," this past spring. Months later, it's proven to be the gift that keeps on giving.

Spitting on stage at the 2017 Reading Festival, Giggs engaged the audience with a story about his come up and his appreciation for the festival. Within a few seconds, the "KMT" instrumental began playing over the loud speakers, and out of nowhere, Drizzy materialized. Needless to say, the crowd went absolutely berserk.

In the clip Giggs posted to his Instagram page, we see the Toronto rapper acting as his hype man as the "KMT" beat builds toward the most memorable sequence of his verse.

"Clap man, dominant murder/I'm a black man, government earner/Could've just slapped man, but he wanted it further (why?)/Batman, da-na-na-da-na," Giggs spits as the crowd explodes.

For his part, Drizzy looks even more excited than Giggs when the crowd makes their approval known. Watch as the Toronto spitter sprints across the stage and bounces around like he's the happiest person in the world. It's amazing.

Check out two videos of Giggs and Drizzy onstage together below.

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