At a latest live performance, Drake knowledgeable followers that he now not performs his collaborative track “Work” with Rihanna anymore.
Drake Tells Followers He is Not Performing His Rihanna Collab “Work” Anymore
On Saturday (Feb. 3), video surfaced on social media of Drake performing on the kick-off of his It is All a Blur Tour – Large As The What? in Tampa, Fla. Within the clip, which could be seen under, Drizzy seems to be standing on a hydraulic stage carry as he prepares to shoot one thing from a cannon.
Whereas getting ready the gadget, Drake’s 2016 collaborative observe “Work” with Rihanna begins the play. That is when the Toronto rap celebrity informs his followers that he is not performing the tune.
“I do not sing this track anymore, you can sing it for me,” Drake tells the gang.
It is unclear if Drake was being petty or if he simply felt like switching up his setlist by not performing dated songs from his expansive discography.
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Drake Wears a Dinosaur Backbone-Like Vest on First Evening of Tour
Together with that video, one other clip popped up on social media of Drake carrying a vest that had a faux dinosaur backbone on the again. The visible could be seen under.
The distinctive vest was designed by famed Tokyo artist Masakatsu Shimoda who is legendary within the trend world for his signature dinosaur-inspired headwear and clothes.
Drake’s It is All a Blur Tour – Large As The What? will proceed by means of April 16. Peep the remaining tour dates on the backside of this put up.
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