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Frank Ocean and James Blake to Headline Drake's OVO Fest

May 16, 2013 (8:06 am) GMT
The two artists will perform on the first day, while Drake himself closes out the music festival in Toronto on Day 2.

For the fourth straight year, Canadian rap superstar is staging his October's Very Own Fest in his hometown of Toronto and he's again bringing top acts to perform in the two-day music festival. Headlining the August 4 kick-off show at the Molson Canadian Ampitheatre are and while leading the line-up on August 5 is no less than Drake himself.

Drake is expected to surprise the crowd as to which special guests he will parade in this year's OVO Fest. In previous years, some of the biggest names in music like , and have all obliged Drake with their appearance.

Drizzy brought the house down when both Eminem and Jay-Z joined him onstage back in 2010 during the inaugural staging of the OVO Fest that featured the likes of , , , Francis and the Lights, and . Then on the succeeding year, he delighted fans with Wayne and the iconic , with Maybach Music Group mogul Ross returning for the second time.

Last year's show packed the most number of A-listers with , , , , , , and for the third straight year, Ross, all supporting the Juno Award-winning artist. "Every year, I feel like this is my mother****ing birthday," Drake said last year about the star-studded extravaganza.

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