The Made In America Festival kicked off yesterday in Philadelphia with some dope performances. De La Soul, Vic Mensa, G-Eazy, Earl Sweatshirt, DJ Mustard and Beyonce all graced the stage. But hometown hero Meek Mill appeared to steal part of the show. The Dreamchasers head honcho performed an energized set that featured him bringing out his GF Nicki Minaj for a rousing rendition of their hit single "All Eyes On You," sans Chris Brown who is currently on tour. Nicki again refers to Meek as her "baby daddy," a term of endearment that caused a lot of people to think she had a bun in the oven when she said the same thing during her Pinkprint Tour last month.

During his set, Meek also brought out his son on stage who captured all the "oohs" and "aahs" when he started dancing on the Jumbotron (below).

It also appears the beef between Meek and Drake is officially dead with little hope of resurrection. This would have been a perfect opportunity for the Philly rapper to clap back at Drake in front of his hometown fans and possibly make a spectacle out of the OVO rapper. But Milly kept things PC, sticking to the hits.

Today's lineup for the Made In America Festival includes A-Trak, Jidenna, Bizzy Crook, Remy Banks, Mick Jenkins, Fabolous, Future, Action Bronson, Big Sean, J. Cole and The Weeknd. You can catch the live stream of the concert, here.

When @MeekMill brought out his son our hearts melted #MadeInAmerica #WatchMeWhip

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