Drake and Migos Kick Off Joint Tour After Several Delays
After a number of delays, Drake and Migos finally embarked on their Aubrey and The Three Migos Tour and it seemed to be worth the wait. Kicking off on Sunday (Aug. 12) in Kansas City, Mo., the opening night was full of hit songs as Drizzy performed a number of tracks from Scorpion, as well as his previous albums.
Performing on a stage that could display videos, the Toronto artist transformed the stage into an Instagram timeline as he performed "In My Feelings" and was backed up by a group of dancers who did the viral dance. The rapper's set also included a cover of Michael Jackson's "Rock With You" and performances of "Hotline," "Don't Matter to Me" and "Look Alive," and even featured a yellow Ferrari suspended from the ceiling.
As for the tour's other guest, Migos' set featured some of their hit tracks and included sharing the stage with Drake to perform "Walk It, Talk It," as well as "Versace" for the first time.
While the Aubrey and The Three Migos Tour has finally gotten rolling, it hasn't been without its problems. Originally set to begin on July 26 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the trek was delayed until Aug. 10 due to production issues. The tour was then with hit with another delay, moving its start date from Aug. 10 to Aug. 12, once again due to production issues.
On top of the delays, the "Nonstop" rapper's tour bus was towed on Thursday (Aug. 9), one day before the tour was supposed to begin. While it's unclear why the bus, which is a rental, was towed, Kansas City law enforcement said there were no citations or arrests associated with the bus.
Check out footage from the first night of Drake and Migos' tour below.
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