Kanye and Drake reunite for epic Free Larry Hoover concert in LA

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Drake kept his newer catalog while Ye blew up the classics. At one point during “Runaway,” West even mentioned his wife Kim Kardashian.

There is a lot to say about the Free Larry Hoover concert which took place at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. Announced to start at 8 pm, things didn’t start until 9:30 pm At the start, Kanye West’s Sunday Service performed a series of songs to set the tone before Drake and West arrived in all. their glory. The two rappers raced side by side down the big steps of the Colosseum and before showing up they were backstage praying with each other. Kanye performed first, and from the start he moved from classic to classic in his repertoire as fans accompanied him word for word. 

But one of the highlights was when Ye mentioned his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian.

During his first set, West performed hits like Jesus Walks, All of the Lights, Flashing Lights, Good Life, All Day, Touch the Sky, Stronger, All Falls Down and Mercy, but things took a turn. when he performed Drake’s Find Your Love . Ye seemed to be addressing the track to his wife, but he didn’t mention her name until the next track was over, ”  Runaway “. He sang the single My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and suggested that he hoped Kim would extricate herself from where she is and come back to him.

While West’s concert was mostly made up of tracks from his old catalog, Drake’s was mostly made up of his more recent works. He has given fans titles like Wants & Needs, Life is Good, Girls Want Girls, Way 2 Sexy, Knife Talk, Laugh Now Cry Later and God’s Plan. 

Ye returned with a heartwarming performance of ”  Hurricane  ” and while he entertained thousands of people, his daughter North West was captured in the stands swinging her hips with her friends. Ye also performed Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1, N * ggas in Paris, Bound 2 and Come to Life.

Finally, to close the show, he said a prayer before Drake returned to the stage on Forever , their 2009 collaboration, which also featured Lil Wayne and Eminem.

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