Justin Bieber helped Drake fulfill his childhood dream of performing in his hometown's stadium on Saturday night in Toronto.
The rapper joined Bieber on stage for two songs at Toronto's Rogers Center, originally known as SkyDome, the town's biggest stadium.
After the song "Die In Your Arms," the Stratford, Ontario native told the crowd of about 60,000, "We're pretty close to home; I want to do a special song I haven't done on tour yet." He then began singing "Right Here," a track from "Believe" that features Drake.
About a minute into the song, Drake joined Bieber on stage and the two finished the song together, walking together down the stage steps as the crowd screamed in frenzy.
"Give it up from your hometown, Drizzy Drake," Bieber said at the end of the song.
Drake then put his arm around Bieber's shoulder and told the audience the following: "I'll tell you, there's very few people I met in the world that are as talented and as incredible as this young man right here. I want to thank you for letting me live a childhood dream, which is my first opportunity to perform at the SkyDome. So thank you, my man."
The two Canadians then performed "The Motto" together, the bonus track from Drake's "Take Care," and Bieber took over Lil Wayne's lyrics.
The "Beauty and a Beat" singer recently performed in New York City as part of his tour. He will also perform in Madison Square Garden on Dec. 7 for Z100's Jingle Ball 2012- Presented by Aeropostale. Other performers for that evening include Ne-Yo, One Direction, Taylor Swift, The Wanted, B.O.B., Fun., and more.