Despite having to postpone the eagerly anticipated Young Money reunion due to COVID, Drake’s annual OVO Fest has nonetheless been a significant one because the father of one has been displaying a lot of support for his fellow Canadians.
The Grammy Award-winning Nelly Furtado’s performance of some of her biggest singles, including “Promiscuous” and “Turn Off The Light,” was one of the most talked-about moments of night one. The two also performed her 2002 hit “I’m Like A Bird” together, much to the audience and online audience’s delight.
But Drizzy didn’t only have one more female singer to offer fans. The 35-year-old also enlisted Keshia Chanté, the singer of “Unpredictable,” with whom he just so happens to have had a romantic relationship in the past.
“This next person coming to the stage, I used to get in my mom’s car and I used to drive all the way to the west for this one right here, you feel me? So I have to personally introduce her,” said Drake right before the TV personality’s set. “This is my first girlfriend I ever had in my life,” he went on to add.
In fact, Chanté has long been suspected to be the “KiKi” that Drizzy sings about in “In My Feelings.”