Drake Concerts

Get ready for the next concert of Drake, tour 2023

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Popular songs

Top 10 most played songs by Drake in the last 40 concerts.

Setlist profile

Songs to be played live were released on the following albums:

Next Setlist

Listen to the Playlist of the Next Concert (updated after every tour date):

How long is the concert? Drake will be on stage for approx 1:54. Here is the probable setlist based on previous concerts (69% probability):

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  1. Scorpion cover 8 Out of 10
  2. no cover Look Alive (Future cover)
  3. Scorpion cover Mob Ties
  4. Nothing Was The Same cover Started From the Bottom
  5. What A Time To Be Alive cover Jumpman
  6. If You're Reading This It's Too Late cover Know Yourself
  7. Scorpion cover Elevate
  8. Championships cover Going Bad (Meek Mill cover)
  9. If You're Reading This It's Too Late cover Energy
  10. Harder Than Ever cover Yes Indeed (Lil Baby cover)
  11. Rise Of An Empire cover Trophies
  12. Scorpion cover That's How You Feel
  13. Views cover Controlla
  14. no cover Work ( cover)
  15. Views cover One Dance
  16. Views cover Hotline Bling
  17. More Life cover Fake Love
  18. Scorpion cover Nice for What
  19. Scorpion cover In My Feelings
  20. Astroworld cover SICKO MODE (Travis Scott cover)
  21. Scorpion cover Nonstop
  22. I'm upset cover I'm Upset
  23. Scorpion cover God's Plan

Drake Biography

Aubrey Drake Graham, better known by his stage mononym Drake, is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor. He was born on October 24, 1986 in Toronto, Canada. Drake’s father is a professional drummer from Tennessee, US, while his mother is a Canadian Jewish English teacher and florist. They divorced when Drake was just 5, he stayed with his mother in Canada. His first passion in arts was acting, not music. He spent a lot of time in after school acting classes. At age 15, he got cast on the Canadian teen drama Degrassi: The Next Generation which aired on a number of channels in Canada, including MTV. The series ran for an impressive 14 seasons between 2001 and 2015, with a total of 385 episodes made.

Drake played the character of Jimmy Brooks, a basketball star from a wealthy family, who gets paralyzed after getting shot by his classmate. While he was never overly passionate about this project, Drake used the attention he got from appearing on the show to push his newfound love and career goal, his music.

He self-produced a mixtape titled “Room for Improvement” in 2006. It only sold around 6,000 copies, but that didn’t deter Drake. He released two mixtapes. Using his show business connections, he was able to feature such artists on these tapes as Lil Wayne or Trey Songz. The third one, “ So Far Gone” got him the mainstream success he was after.

Music labels went into a bidding war to sing the rising star. He eventually partnered with Young Money Entertainment, a company founded by Lil Wayne.

Thus Drake’s debut album came out in June 2010, with the title “Thank Me Later”. It became a massive success, reaching the top of the famous Billboard 200 list. He also got to go on his first North American Drake concert tour in 2010, called "Away From Home Tour". Since then he released 6 more studio albums. The latest new Drake album is “Honestly, Nevermind’ from June 2022. Meanwhile, his best selling record so far is “Views” from April 2016, which sold over 7 million copies worldwide.

In his work, Drake masterfully blends the genres of hip hop, pop rap, and R&B. The Canadian music star’s biggest hits to date are “Started from the Bottom” (2013), “Hotline Bling” (2015), and ”God’s Plan” (2018). He was also featured on the 2020 hit single by rapper Future “Life is Good”.

In June 2018, Drake was certified as the artist with the most digital sales. He sold a whopping 142 million copies of his singles over the internet. Check when the next Drake concert is playing near you on our page above.

 

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