The cold weather outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California did not stop Drake and The Migos fans from lining up outside the arena last month to catch the last L.A. stop of Drake’s “Aubrey and The Three Amigos” tour.
Fans who had General Admission tickets aka mosh pit tickets were said to have lined up outside the arena as early as 5pm to get a good spot.
The show started with The Atlanta trio opening the show with their hit song “Walk It Like I Talk It” while fans swarmed the stage, their set ended after about an hour before the massive LED screen dropped to signal the start of Drake’s show.
Atlanta trio, Migos would occasionally pop in and out from backstage during Drake’s set to either provide filler songs or join Champagne Papi on stage to sing their joint singles throughout the lengthy but amazing two-hour set.
Drake is known to randomly have some surprise guests pop up on stage and for the October 14th show, it was none other than Mrs. Offset herself, Cardi B, who came out to sing her verse on the hit song “Motorsport”. While Cardi was killing her verse, I could feel the disappointment from the crowds seeing as the night before, he took Travis Scott and L.A.’s new big man on campus, the one and only LeBron James. Overall, though, I couldn’t complain since we did see the show for Drizzy and not for anyone else.
During the break, a video montage of Drake during the beginning of his career was flashed on the giant LED screens that surrounded the arena. Fans went crazy when footage of him and now ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, flashed on the screen; the two superstars had an on-and-off relationship since 2016.
A few minutes later, Drake took the stage again, this time to talk to the arena about not letting doubters get to you and to just keep doing your thing. This speech then led to his hit song “Started From The Bottom” and later on, he got everyone hyped up with his other hit song with Travis Scott “Sicko Mode” before ending the night.
With Drake being one of the hottest stars arounds, it’s not a surprise that all of his shows at the Staples Center were sold out.
The Aubrey and The Three Migos tour will run until November 18, 2018 with the last stop being in Migos hometown: Atlanta, Georgia.