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Videos: Chris Brown, Drake and J. Cole Rock Cali Christmas Concert

December 19, 2011 (8:25 am) GMT
Breezy performs as Big Sean's special guest, Drizzy invites Justin Bieber during his set, and J. Cole acknowledges his Grammy nomination.

, and were some of the stars taking the stage at Power 106's annual Cali Christmas concert. Visiting the gig as 's special guest, Breezy treated concertgoers flooding Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles on Friday night, December 16 with "Strip" and "My Last".

Drizzy made this year's celebration merrier as he took over the stage with singles from his latest No. 1 album "". The MC dedicated "Fancy" to "my ladies that took a long time to get ready," and acknowledged those who graduated high school or are still attending in "Make Me Proud".

The Canadian rapper later welcomed his little bro to the stage as his special guest. "I want it to be right for my little brother, y'know?" he said. "He goes by the name of Justin Bieber, y'all cool with that?" Fans gave warm approval to the teen singer, and was appreciative when he did 's "I'm on One" in a slower pace.

Cole also won the crowd when it's his turn to perform. He filled his set by alternating between tracks from his mixtapes and songs from his debut album "". "I don't know if you heard or not, but we are now nominated for Best New Artist at the motherf***in' Grammys," he said before charging into -assisted single "Nobody's Perfect".

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