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Watch: Drake surprises Vancouver crowd with Travis Scott, first ever live performance of 'Meltdown'

It was a special night for Drake and Travis Scott fans.
Travis Scott joined Drake onstage at his Vancouver concert Tuesday (Aug. 29) night where the duo performed their collaborative "Utopia" album track "Meltdown" live for the first time ever.

Drake's "It's all a Blur" tour stop in Vancouver is one for the books. 

While many fans were left disappointed after the rapper's first of two Vancouver shows was postponed last minute due to technical issues, the Canadian rapper's second-turned-first concert made up for the dismay. 

Following the rescheduling of the Monday (Aug. 28) night concert, fans began to speculate that Tuesday's show would feature Travis Scott as a special guest, who was spotted in Yaletown Monday evening.

Drake appeared to address the rumour in an Instagram story shared Monday evening, writing "Vancouver it's T TIME [tomorrow] don't you worry." 

The speculations turned out to be true. 

Having announced his "Circus Maximus" tour on Tuesday in support of his fourth and latest album Utopia, which will make a stop in Vancouver, Travis Scott joined Drake onstage later that night. 

The duo also surprised the crowd with the first-ever live performance of their latest collaborative track "Meltdown" which was followed by their Diamond-selling duet "Sicko Mode."