SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JUNE 08: Recording artist Drake speaks about Apple Music during the Apple WWDC on June 8, 2015 in San Francisco, California. Apple annouced a new OS X, El Capitan, iOS 9 and Apple Music during the keynote at the annual developers conference that runs through June 12. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Drake also covered Michael Jackson‘s “Rock With You” on the first night of the tour.


The tour has run into a series of issues while kicking off, including the delay of the tour, which was set to kick off on July 26, according to XXL, and then moved from August 10 to the 12th because of more issues. Chances are, the issues that were technical had something to do with the giant cell phone stage that Drake had for the show.

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The tour bus, apparently, also had to be towed, so there’s been quite a bit of delay on the road. According to XXL, Drake performs “Hotline Bling,” “Don’t Matter To Me,” and Look Alive,” while Migos play “Walk It, Talk It” and “Versace” with Drizzy.

Though not noted in publication, with some of the shows cut short to technical difficulty, some fans are getting wind that they’ve seen friends say the show is an hour and a half long. This looks to be false, after examining the setlist, which says at the top “Note: only considered 1 of 2 setlists (ignored empty and strikingly short setlists).” The songs that were shared on features 44 of the collective’s best tracks, which I know for a fact is WAY LONGER than an hour and a half, so fans shouldn’t worry unless there are more technical issues afoot.