Drake's Summer Sixteen tour has been a traveling showcase for much of his chart-topping material but it has as well demonstrated the power and reach of his rolodex, each tour stop bringing with it a famous face from the world of sports or music. While performing at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Thursday night (Sept. 29), he advanced that second notion even further, bringing out Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, French Montana and Big Sean during his set.

Above, Cube performs "You Can Do It," while below Sean and Drizzy get hype while performing "All Me." Further down, Dre leads the crowd in "The Next Episode" with Drake offering some kind words for the good Doctor after. "I gotta let you know. This man right here was the first person to ever give me a paycheck to make music," he said. "This man really in some way shape or form is responsible for everything that goes on in rap music today. He’s one of the most important figures in the world. A mentor to me, an inspiration to me and a motherfuckin’ legend on the west coast."

Future as well has a special guest, brining out Young Thug who performed his hit "Best Friend." The one time rivals have squashed whatever had developed between them, hitting the studio together just last week. Thug has apologized to Future "for the internet argumentS" and with the two sharing a stage, their collaborative union, and subsequent reign, seems all but forgone.

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