Here’s Everything That Happened At Drake’s 8th Annual OVO Fest

We’ll be updating this all night with everything that goes down.

August 07, 2017

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The eighth annual OVO Fest took place on Monday night in Toronto and, as always, Drake had a big night in store for fans of his label. Joining him were OVO signees Roy Woods, dvsn, and Majid Jordan.


Of course, it's not OVO Fest if Drake doesn't bring out a cavalcade of surprise guests. We'll be updating this post as the night goes on to keep you posted with everything that goes down.

Drake's stage was a replica of the CN Tower.

A.K.A. the Toronto landmark that he famously sat on for the Views album cover.

The first guest of the night was Playboi Carti.

He performed "Magnolia" and "wokeuplikethis*" for the crowd. Right after that, Rae Sremmurd came out to perform "Black Beatles" while Drake went to go get a drink.


French Montana joined Rae Sremmurd to perform "Unforgettable."

Then Drake came back and performed "Blem."

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Tory Lanez came out to perform his "Controlla" remix with Drake.

Cardi B came out to perform "Bodak Yellow."

And apparently Drake thinks it's the hottest song out.

Of course Drake had to bring out Migos.

And of course they played "Bad & Boujee."

Drake went on to "Portland" with Migos, which meant that Travis Scott came out and joined the crew.

Travis then performed "Butterfly Effect" and "Goosebumps."

Drake was joined by his OVO signee, PARTYNEXTDOOR.

As the night started winding down, Nelly came out.

The St. Louis rapper performed "E.I."

Fellow Toronto native The Weeknd came out.

The R&B singer performed "Starboy" and "The Hills" for the crowd.

Then, Drake joined The Weeknd to perform their 2011 track "Crew Love." He also apparently said that an OVOXO project should happen.

To close out the night, recent OVO signee Baka came out to perform "Live Up To My Name" and "Gyalchester."

Before Drake left the stage, he announced that he's working in his new album in Toronto.

"It's the OVO Sound ting for life," he said before dropping the mic.

Here’s Everything That Happened At Drake’s 8th Annual OVO Fest