The Weeknd already started its "Starboy: Legend of the Fall" world tour in the UK and it was always a blast. After their second gig at The O2 Arena in London on March 8, the band led by Abel Tesfaye brought the house down when Drake came out.
The concert-goers can't believe their eyes when they saw Drake and The Weekend on one stage together. As the two high-profile musicians performed, the crowd inevitably gone wild as they sang a medley of "Fake Love," "Energy" and "Jumpman."
"I had to come f*** with my brother," Drake said. According to Capital XTRA, he went on to describe The Weekend in front of the crowd as "the biggest artist in the world" after he heard their 2011 mixtape "House of Balloons." Later, the two hugged each other that made fans even melt more.
Just before the concert, Drake & The Weeknd started the assumptions that a looming reunion was about to happen after they shared the same snap. In the picture, they were side by side and using an identical caption that read "OVOXO."
Moreover, The Weeknd is now stealing the music scene as it already managed to build their name internationally. In fact, they are now dominating the radio and streaming services along with the music video markets.
The Weeknd's vocalist Abel Tesfaye's golden voice, sultry style and hot songs complete the music that people are definitely craving for. This, too, helps him to be at Victoria's Secret fashion show and secured a spot on the "Fifty Shades" soundtrack.
In a report made by NME, The Weeknd's music is often composed of sexual lyrics that Abel Tesfaye's artistic personality can perfectly deliver onstage. Meanwhile, the group is about to hit Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham and Leeds next for the "Starboy: Legend of the Fall" world tour. After that, they are going to visit South America at the end of March.