Drake Debuts Cover of Michael Jackson's "Rock With You"

During the first stop of his latest major tour.

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After multiple setbacks, Drake and Migos finally launched their “Aubrey and the Three Migos” tour last night. Taking to a Kansas City stage, Drake decided to serve up a special cover in the midst of a hit-packed set.

Specifically, Drake debuted his own live rendition of the Michael Jackson classic “Rock With You.” Produced by Quincy Jones and written by famed English songwriter Rod Temperton, “Rock With You” was released towards the end of 1979 and later became part of Jackson’s legendary Off the Wall album. The track went down in history as the ”fourth biggest single of 1980,” and spent four consecutive weeks at the top spot.

Besides performing a popular Michael Jackson record, Drake also performed “Versace” with Migos for the very first time and songs like “In My Feelings.” You can check out some fan footage of Drake’s “Rock With You” performance and the aforementioned “Versace” outing below.

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