Drake could have provided just a few songs to Super Bowl week concertgoers, but the Toronto rapper instead provided a healthy dose of his hits.
The multiple Grammy Award winner has been vying for the position to see him perform at the “h.wood Homecoming” Friday night (February 10) at Hanger One in Scottsdale. fought a fight. While several concert-goers filled the stage, people like Alex Rodriguez and Jalil White lounged in his VIP area, while stars like Michael Strahan flew into his luxurious private jet of his complex. I watched Drake’s 45-minute performance from his second floor.
Other star entertainers and athletes who have attended Drake’s show include Serena Williams, Cher, HER, Lil Baby, Christina Aguilera, Meek Mill, Machine Gun Kelly, Tyga, Davante Adams, Odell Beckham Jr., Kyler Murray, Source Gardner , including George Kittle.
Attendees socialized for hours at an invitation-only event before Drake made his appearance. When he arrived, many people flocked to the stage, pulling out their cell phones to film him on set.
“Tonight they asked me to do three songs in like 20 minutes, right? Either do 20 minutes or do all the old stuff again,” he told the audience, who asked him to play his old hits. “Okay, you asked for it.”
Drake then played several jams, including “Best I Ever Had,” “Headlines,” “Controlla,” and “HYGR.” He asked the audience to recite the lyrics of his 21 Savage verses for “Rich Flex,” a song from his album with Tandem’s collaboration. loss of her.
The rap star kept asking attendees, “Do you want more?” The majority of the crowd urged him to do so.
“If you play (expletive) on shy people or rich people, or if you own a tech company or a soccer team, we don’t give (expletive) right now,” he said. If you know the song, all you have to do is come. I need your help.”
Drake performed “Knife Talk” featuring 21 Savage and Project Pat as confetti fell.
Finally, Drake paid tribute to Lil Wayne and closed the set by performing Dolly Parton’s song “I Will Always Love You” made famous by Whitney Houston. He sang every word along with much of the crowd.
The “Homecoming” concert show was part of an evening filled with other concerts throughout the Phoenix area before the Kansas City Chiefs faced off against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Shaquille O’Neal hosted a carnival-style “Shaq’s Funhouse,” Snoop Dogg headlined the concert, and Travis Scott and Robin Thicke performed at the “Rolling Stone Live” Super Bowl party. Meek Mill took the stage early on Friday to perform a few songs, including the popular “Dreams and Nightmares.”