Drake is ready for his close-up. The Young Money rapper has partnered with Fuse to have his first televised concert “Drake: Live from Radio City Music Hall” broadcast on the network. The show, which was taped September 29 at the iconic New York City venue, features appearances by Trey Songz, Birdman, Fabolous, and more.
“If I could perform every night and make it to every city, I would,” stated Drake. “Partnering with Fuse to broadcast my Radio City show allows me to perform for the fans who weren’t able to make it out to my Light Dreams & Nightmares Tour. Performing at a venue like Radio City is an honor and I’m excited that Fuse has given me a chance to preserve it.”
Ahead of the show’s air date, fans can get a sneak peek by checking out a clip of Drizzy performing his hit “Over,” rocking the NYC stage as fireworks and lasers shoot out from behind him. Be sure to catch the 24-year-old in action when the special airs November 24 at 9 p.m. on Fuse.