Drake Brings out Meek Mill in Philadelphia to Perform "Dreams and Nightmares"

In front of Millz’s hometown crowd.

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Now that the beef between Drake and Meek Mill has been squashed, the duo have been sharing stage time with each other ever since.

Having just shared the stage for the first time ever just last week during the Boston leg of Drake and Migos‘Aubrey and the Three Amigos’ Tour, the Canadian superstar once again called upon Meek to showcase his talents. Surprising fans during the aforementioned tour’s Philadelphia stop, Meek once again joined Drake’s set to perform his classic “Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)” in front of his hometown crowd.

The beef between Drake and Meek lasted over three-years, originally starting back in 2015. Check out footage of Meek Mill performing his “Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)” with Drake in Philadelphia below.

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