A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie served as the opening act of Drake's second show at Madison Square Garden.
Drake didn't have any further words for HOT 97 at his second Madison Square Garden show Saturday night, but he did have some surprises in store. After shouting out buzzing New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie on Friday, he gave the rapper a full opening set on night 2. Following performances from OVO acts dvsn and Roy Wood$, A Boogie performed a few song including "Friend Zone," and his popular single, "My Shit." Drake has been known to remix records from up-and-coming rappers, and Boogie's guest spot at the show has certainly fuelled rumors of a potential collaboration.
Later on, Drizzy brought out yet another person he had shouted out the night prior, the newly acquired New York Knicks player, Derrick Rose. "Plus me and Kanye we just left the studio / first night at the Garden, I'm feeling like D. Rose," he rapped Friday, bringing out Rose and his son just to say hello to the crowd during his Saturday performance. The audience apparently chanted "MVP" when he took the stage.
Check out some clips of A Boogie and Derrick Rose's appearances below. Drake and Future's Summer Sixteen tour will now continue on to Boston. You can check the full dates here.