The tour commenced in the Dutch capital on January 28 and made his away across Europe through the cities of London, Paris, Dublin, Stockholm, Berlin, and more. Drake brought out the likes of dvsn, Giggs and the ‘Unruly Boss’ Popcaan on his final show.
Other artists such as Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Skepta, Jorja Smith, Trey Songz, The Weekend, and Young Thug also made guest appearances on a few of his shows.
For the most part, Drake tour was a huge success apart from a few cancelled shows at the start of the tour and on Monday after the wrapper was hospitalized with food poisoning.
While on tour Drake has been dominating the charts with his recently released album “More Life” breaking Apple music and Spotify streaming record with the most streamed album for the first week and the most talked about project on social media.
The playlist garnered 89.9 million streams in the first 24 hours globally on Apple Music breaking the single day streaming record on the platform.
The album was streamed 61.3 million times on Spotify on the first day of release and was streamed 76.3 million times on the second day on Sunday. That broke the single day streaming record on Spotify.
Sources told Dancehall HipHop that Drake will now take some down time to spend with his family and friends and also prepare for the upcoming first annual NBA awards which he is hosting.