Video: Drake Brings Out Big Sean to Perform 'All Me' During Detroit Concert
Drake welcomed a special guest when he recently visited Detroit's Palace of Auburn Hills for his "Would You Like a Tour?" tour. The Toronto MC brought out Big Sean to perform their collaboration track, "All Me".
The two rappers performed their respective verses in front of the cheering crowd. "If Detroit is in this motherfu**er, y'all better make some noise for the king right now because this ni**a put it down so hard, I swear," Drake said after finishing the song.
"There's only been two ni**as in this fu**in' industry, in this fake ass, weak ass industry, that I can say that's been as influential to me and helped me out as much as they have-that's Kanye West and as far as rappers being real and real ass ni**as, my ni**a Drizzy Drake in this motherfu**er," Sean praised his collaborator.
The GOOD Music artist went on revealing that Drake would be involved in his upcoming album. "This man Drizzy Drake is gonna be a huge part of my next album," Sean added. "And I promise that we gonna put it down in a big motherfu**in' way."
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