Posted by , Oct 11, 2015 at 09:56am
J. Cole came all the way from the Million Man March in D.C. to join Drake on stage in Austin.

Last week, Drake brought Future out to perform some What A Time To Be Alive during his first set at Austin City Limits, so the bar was set pretty high for weekend 2. Drizzy didn't disappoint, and judging by the crowd's reaction, gave the people what they wanted by bringing J. Cole out for a short set.

In his introduction, Drake mentioned that Cole had come all the way from the Million Man March 20th anniversary event in D.C. to make an appearance.

Cole ran through his playfully explicit verse in "Planes," as well as the aggressive Vinylz-produced highlight from 2014 Forest Hills Drive, "A Tale Of 2 Citiez".

Later on, Drake revealed that the show would be his very last of 2015, as he's getting in the zone to finish up his highly anticipated 4th studio album, Views From The 6.

Check out some highlights from the performance below.

Drake said this would be his last concert of the year and put the Texas Woes in a frenzy #acl2015 #austin

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Drake having some fun as he closes #ACL2015 on Saturday #austin

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F*ck being timid #JCole #SpecialGuest #DrakesSet #acl2015

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J Cole gave the Austin crowd a fan favorite during Drake's set #acl2015

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The #Acl2015 crowd went nuts for Drake's "My Way" verse #acl2015 #austin

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J Cole came all the way from the Million Man March for Drizzy #acl2015 #austin

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Drake Brings J. Cole Out At Austin City Limits

J. Cole came all the way from the Million Man March in D.C. to join Drake on stage in Austin.


Last week, Drake brought Future out to perform some What A Time To Be Alive during his first set at Austin City Limits, so the bar was set pretty high for weekend 2. Drizzy didn't disappoint, and judging by the crowd's reaction, gave the people what they wanted by bringing J. Cole out for a short set.

In his introduction, Drake mentioned that Cole had come all the way from the Million Man March 20th anniversary event in D.C. to make an appearance.

Cole ran through his playfully explicit verse in "Planes," as well as the aggressive Vinylz-produced highlight from 2014 Forest Hills Drive, "A Tale Of 2 Citiez".

Later on, Drake revealed that the show would be his very last of 2015, as he's getting in the zone to finish up his highly anticipated 4th studio album, Views From The 6.

Check out some highlights from the performance below.

Drake said this would be his last concert of the year and put the Texas Woes in a frenzy #acl2015 #austin

A video posted by Mikey Fresh (@mikey_fresh1) on

Drake having some fun as he closes #ACL2015 on Saturday #austin

A video posted by VibeMagazine (@vibemagazine) on

F*ck being timid #JCole #SpecialGuest #DrakesSet #acl2015

A video posted by Mikey Fresh (@mikey_fresh1) on

J Cole gave the Austin crowd a fan favorite during Drake's set #acl2015

A video posted by VibeMagazine (@vibemagazine) on

The #Acl2015 crowd went nuts for Drake's "My Way" verse #acl2015 #austin

A video posted by VibeMagazine (@vibemagazine) on

J Cole came all the way from the Million Man March for Drizzy #acl2015 #austin

A video posted by Mikey Fresh (@mikey_fresh1) on

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