Drake and Travis Scott teamed up on stage for an enthralling live performance of their latest collaboration, Meltdown.
This historic performance occurred during Drake's It's All a Blur tour stop in Vancouver, when they enthralled the audience with their dynamic presence.
As they shared the limelight for the first time since the horrific tragedy at Scott's Astroworld festival, the duo's on-stage camaraderie was evident.
Meltdown, the eighth single on Travis Scott's fourth studio album Utopia, contains a major dig at Kylie Jenner's rumoured new flame, Timothée Chalamet.
The enthusiasm didn't stop there, as Drake and Travis also performed a reprise of their earlier big single, Sicko Mode, which energised the performance even more.
The two artists appeared in sync in a film uploaded on Travis Scott's fan account, with Drake wrapping his arm around the Houston-born rapper.
Scott's performance of Meltdown drew eyebrows because it appeared to contain barely veiled references to Timothée Chalamet, the actor now making waves on the big screen as the next Willy Wonka.
Scott rapped about a Chocolate AP and chocolate the Vs in the song, alluding to the Willy Wonka factory, which appeared to be a reference to Chalamet's character.
The lyrics continued in a furious tone, hinting at competition: "Burn an athlete like it's calories / find another flame, hot as me, b****."