Fresh from dropping More Life, Drake took to the stage at the O2 Arena in London last night for his last UK show on his ‘Boy Meets World' Tour and brought out a slew of big names with him. Nicki Minaj - who has recently been filming something secret in the capital - joined his "Successful" collaborator Trey Songz for a huge rendition of their track. He also got the strong British affiliates on More Life in the form of Skepta, Giggs and Jorja Smith up on stage, with Drizzy performing new tracks “No Long Talk” and “KMT" with Giggs, and Jorja performing her breakthrough track "Blue Lights." Check out all the action below.

Drake wasn't stopping there at the legendary link-ups. Drizzy stacked his Instagram with a load of photos from the performances, and also posted a photo of he, his mother Sandi Graham and Sade backstage. In the post with Sade and his mother, Drake showed his admiration for the "Smooth Operator" songstress, writing, "Two very important ladies in my life. ?" Yet another iconic moment for the Canadian on his 'Boy Meets World' Tour.

You can stream Drake's More Life playlist here, and check out all the best meme's that came from the project here.

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