April 20, 2017


Drake & Travis Scott Play 'Portland' in Portland, Drizzy Hangs Out in the Crowd

Travis Scott had to do Drake's "Portland" by himself at Coachella, but last night in the actual Oregon city, Drizzy came through for an extended cameo. "I heard a lot of things about a lot of people's shows," the 6 God said, "but I finally made it to a Travis Scott show, so make some motherfucking noise for this Houston, Texas legend."

Their Birds Eye View Tour collab started with the flute-filled More Life banger "Portland," which also has Quavo on the studio version. Watch above and see if you can actually hear the flute over the ecstatic sounds of a city with a TV show named after it freaking out to see a song named after it. (You'll also get clips of "Gyalchester" and "Know Yourself," both designed to drive arena crowds bananas.)

Alright, you can definitely hear the flute this time:

Return of the woes:

Drake also went into the crowd during "Antidote" and the risingKendrick Lamar–featuring single "Goosebumps"; he shows up at the 40-second mark in the YouTube clip and sticks around so much longer than you'd expect from the biggest rapper in the world:

Back in February, Travis hit Drake's Boy Meets World Tour stop in London and fell/"flew" into a giant hole on the stage; Drizzy's reaction was priceless. At Coachella's first weekend, Lamar joined Scott for "Goosebumps," and Drake hit Future's set for "Jumpman," "Gyalchester" and "Fake Love," basically closing the set for his WATTBA partner.

Scott's tour continues in North America through Bonnaroo, going down June 8-11.

Watch an episode of our digital miniseries The Drake Effect, where King Kendrick and more explain the power of the Drizzy cosign: