Dvsn held a special Sept. 5th concert at Warehouse Live last night (Sept. 5) in Houston. The Labor Day concert was completely sold-out and featured a ton of special guests. Drake along with fellow OVO Sound members such as Majid Jordan and Roy Woods came out to perform with the Canadian R&B duo comprised of singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85. Dvsn put on a special performance because of their their debut album, Sept. 5th, which dropped in March of this year.

The duo performed hits such as "Too Deep" and "The Line" off their LP. Roy Woods and Majid Jordan took the stage to perform a few songs. Drizzy emerged later in the night to perform hits like "Faithful" and "November 18th" while Dvsn provided vocal support. It was a great night.

Nineteen85 and Daniel Daley open for Drake for the 6 God's Summer Sixteen tour. It continues with a stop in Phoenix tonight before hitting Los Angeles for a two night stay. The North American tour wraps up later this month in Vancouver.

Drake also opened a dance club in H-town called “The Ballet” this past weekend. He explained why he opened the new venue. "There’s a culture out there of dancing and it’s not about no strip club shit,” he says. “It’s about these amazing women that we’ve got in one spot, this music that we’ve got, this Houston culture that we got. I just wanna let you know that I’m going to bring it to you in the most honest and genuine way possible.”

A notable missing member of OVO Sound at Dvsn show was PartyNextDoor. He deleted his Twitter account recently after typing, “I want to give you guys the best music that you guys deserve. Sorry due to my blessings the curse is everyone wants a piece of pie. Soon – P3.”