Drake Performs "One Dance" on 'Saturday Night Live'

Drizzy’s beard is no more.

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Tonight, Drake was both the host and musical guest of Saturday Night Live. After a hilarious opening monologue and a few sketch performances, Drizzy took to stage to perform the lead single off his latest album, VIEWS. He was introduced by Chris Rock; watch the performance above and make sure to catch his opening monologue, where he sings about being made fun of in memes and parodies Rihanna’s “Work” here.

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