Drake has a lot of friends in the rap game and he proved it on his 54-date Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour. Although the tour itself hit some turbulence with push backs and a few cancelled dates, Drake and the Migos delivered one of the most electrifying rap tours in recent history. This was in part thanks to all the special guests Drake was able to bring on-stage to perform in city across the U.S.

To kick off the sold-out stadium shows, OVO Sound artist Roy Woods performed a few of his hits, then Migos would come and tear it down before Drizzy hit the stage to close things out—making full use of a centralized stage made of video decks. The self-proclaimed 6ix God brought out a wide variety of artists—some were up-and-comers (Sheck Wes and BlocBoy JB) while others were seasoned rap veterans that paved the way for Drake himself (Lil Wayne). Most guests would pop up for a song or two, but artists like Travis Scott and French Montana returned for shows in multiple cities.

This isn't a new stage tactic for Drake, who has been bringing out surprise guests for as long as he's been performing (especially at his annual OVO Fest in Toronto). Yet this time around, the cameos were sometimes more than just a treat for the crowd. Drake made history in some instances, publicly squashing beefs with the likes of Meek Mill and Chris Brown on stage.

With Drake's 'Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour' having recently wrapped, XXL rounds up all of the guests that Drake brought to the stage, in chronological order.

  • BlocBoy JB

    Chicago and Inglewood, Calif.
  • Travis Scott

    Toronto, New York City, Houston and Inglewood, Calif.
  • Sheck Wes

  • Tory Lanez

    New York City
  • French Montana

    Brooklyn and Atlanta
  • Meek Mill

    Boston and Philadelphia
  • Big Freedia

    New Orleans
  • Yung Miami

    New Orleans
  • Chris Brown

    Los Angeles
  • YG

    Inglewood, Calif.
  • Post Malone

    Inglewood, Calif.
  • E-40

  • Too $hort

  • Lil Wayne

  • Bad Bunny

  • DJ Khaled

  • Lil Baby

  • Gucci Mane

  • Trey Songz


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