Indigo is one of the top albums in the world right now. Chris Brown’s feature-heavy 9th studio album currently sits at 17th in the ARIA Charts and 5th on the Billboard charts. Songs like Indigo, Money in the Grave and Don’t Check On Me have been holding firm on our Top 20 since the album launched, all thanks to your votes on our music test.

This week, Drake surprised his hometown crowd during his set at Toronto’s OVO Fest by bringing out Chris Brown to perform their duet No Guidance off Indigo for the first time EVER. Considering that this collaboration was the first show together since quenching their feud at the end of last year, it made for a huge moment. Drake set the stage by introducing him as “one of the greatest entertainers of all time”, moments before the crowd blew up as Brown made his entrance.

The music video the pair recently put out featuring the song features a dance battle between the duo and that same contest took to the stage as well, with Brown dusting off some of his best moves.

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This wasn’t the only song the pair performed either; according to setlist.fm, the duo went through some of Chris Brown’s best; Party, Freaky Friday (a cover of Lil Dicky’s song with Brown), Pills and Automobiles, and Loyal.

After the show, Brown took to Instagram to thank Drake for the show, captioning a picture of the festival with “#OVOFEST @champagnepapi thank you for allowing me to come through and finally share the stage with you in ya home! THANK YOU CANADA FOR LETTING ME IN THE COUNTRY!!!!!”

Drake responded in the comments with “✅✅✅✅✅✅✅✅ We all appreciated it thank you my gggggg”

Chris Brown wasn’t the only guest at Drake’s OVO Fest set, either. Despite being the only one on the bill for headlining the festival, Drake brought out a stack of surprise guests, including Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Offset, YG and Tyga. Even then the collabs didn’t end; the setlist also featured a stack of other covers, capping the show off with Sicko Mode before rounding it all out with Nonstop and God’s Plan.

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A set like that would make any Drizzy fan jealous, but perhaps it’s to be expected from one of the biggest festivals in his hometown. Who knows, maybe we’ll see Drake bring out some friends the next time he’s here?

If you can’t get enough Champagne Papi in your ears, you can always catch his station on iHeartRadio.

The Edge 96.1