Drake's Summer Sixteen tour reached what may be considered its apex Sunday night (July 31) as he brought his road show to his hometown of Toronto for the seventh annual OVO Fest. While previous stops included such guests as Kanye West, the crowd at Toronto's Air Canada Centre lost its collective mind as Rihanna appeared mid stage. As the hometown here put it, "It’s the 6, you deserve to be spoiled."

Above, Drizzy and RiRi perform their Views collab "Too Good," while below, they Rihanna runs through her own hits of "Work" and "Needed Me." She briefly loses her composure up top, with Drake saying "that's how you know it's real," the two musicians doling out praise for one another as well as the city as they wrapped things up.

As if that weren't enough, Future brought the house down as well, performing his own Views tune "Grammy," "March Madness" and more in what was an electrifying moment.  The OVO Fest concludes with its second night tonight, with headliners Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg, who are on a cross-country tour of their own. The Summer Sixteen tour meanwhile is stopping n New York next with a trio of dates that run into next weekend.

Drake has made an art out of using his stage as a literal platform, calling out "Controlla" imitators one night and suggesting that he should invite Joe Budden on-stage the next. Whatever is left in Drake's bag of tricks will surely be on display tonight in Toronto and this week in New York. Check out a series of clips from the concert event below.


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